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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the upcoming elections with the main members of various youth organizations. We all sat in a circle on his grassy front lawn and he gave a passionate speech about how they all needed to work together to raise awareness of youth wants and ideas for the upcoming elections, because none of the candidates in Portoviejo have included this in their political agendas, they have mostly focused on bettering the infrastructure of Portoviejo, and not the social issues in ...
DAY 7 ….. Friday, January 10th …… At Sea
DAY 8 ….. Saturday, January 11th ….. Manta, Ecuador
At around 03.00AM we crossed the Equator into the Southern Hemisphere and onto Manta a
key tuna fishing port in South America. It is impressive to see the size and sophistication of the tuna fleet. Some of them even have a helicopter ...
... br> It is renowned as the centre of the Panama hat industry. Eloy
Alfaro, the former President was born here and we saw his statue in
the main square. His ashes are kept in the mausoleum at the Alfaro
centre, which, on top of the hill, is a good lookout over the town
“He joined the mountain ranges and
the coast by building a railroad across the country. Some people
loved him, some people hated him It is a split. He ...
... we want to go and negotiate a price of $10. Seems reasonable. He drops us off and we meander down the sidewalk. They are working on a lot of boats in this area. Building and renovating. We walk through the fish market and down toward the restaurant area. All the places look similar so we just pick one and order a local beer. It is a large beer so we ask for just one with ...
... love to wave at us and have their pictures taken. We then walked to the other side of town to the beautiful Murcielargo Beach. A real carnival atmosphere at this beach with hundreds of families enjoying their Sunday. Restaurants and Bars, ice cream and fruit vendors, and deck chairs and umbrellas as far as the eye could see. They apparently have 12 big beaches like this. Manta's main industry ...