Princesa de la Luna Eco Lodge
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was not on a sealed road and it wound it's way up, down and around this very rugged landscape. It reminded us of the more remote parts of New Zealand, very steep pastureland for cattle with low clouds and a good dose of rain thrown in to make the grass green. We could feel a drop in the temperature too, not so much that we needed a jumper - more that it was a bit more comfortable.
We arrived in Santa Elena but the road remained unsealed until ...
... that was supposed to be very nice so we took a taxi there from town. Leonel, the taxi driver, was one of the nicest people you could ever meet and he gave us all the information a tourist needs without the slant on taking your money - especially for visiting a Hot Spring. All he asked in return was that we keep his card and phone for our return trip to town. This was not a problem because his fare was exactly what we expected ...
... but sure it will be totally worth it!).
Met Cara and Chris for dinner and tried to find a restaurant that would take 15 of us but couldn't boo. Jane, Cara, Chris and I headed to Lava Lounge (twice in a day how lucky are they).
Got back to the hotel to my room (hihi so nice to be on my own have to admit!). Did some research on Galapagos, just realised only 3 weeks to go ahhhhhhh!
V and mini V (just the two of ...
... hike took us to the staging area where we were fitted with our rappelling gear. By this point the mist had turned to a full out downpour. It is the rainforest afterall. I opted to wear both my rain jacket and the blue water jacket they provided...double bagging in the hopes of keeping dry. Ha, who was I kidding!
The Pure trek canyoneering (puretrek.com) included 4 rappels...3 waterfalls and 1 rock wall. The first rappel was the biggest...165 feet straight down along a ...
... our farewells one women squeeze my arm and thanked me for caring enough
to ask about their struggles as women farmers and as organic farmers in a
region where neither is the mainstream.
Carlos had Tanya tell me that the women I spoke with on Friday had told
him they were comfortable talking with me and that I had a very good energy. It
touches my heart to know that the work I am doing is not to only a selfish end.
At first I questioned what ...