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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... many rough places. Well, Ica was like stepping back to India, dirt roads everywhere, endless honking of horns and Tuk-tuks all over the place, along with the customary street dog following you relentlessly, that said it reminds you you aren't at home and I sort of enjoyed being taken back to India, a country I enjoyed so much.
Huacachina is literally a desert oasis, and a nice little place to stop over for a day, there isn't to much to the town itself ...
... in a variety of ways. All in all it was great.
The following day was our final day in the Galapagos and after breakfast I decided to walk the eight kilometres to Tortuga Bay. This bay had been recommended to us as a great visit by many of the our tourists we had met on the islands with plenty of animals and birds on the islands plus the most beautiful beach. The walk was interesting enough and on the way I managed to locate a lagoon in ...
... hours in a bus from Tulcan to Quito, and again managed to get the bus that was just leaving. When we arrived in Quito, Carcelene was were we were going to get off and I would have to get another bus to Quitume to get the Guyaquil bus. Dunia, being able to speak Spanish, worked out that it was the same bus and I just needed to stay on it. So, it was a quick "goodbye, nice to meet you, never see you again" and I was off.
... so I jumped in too. This official let us jump the queue and go straight to a passport control person.
After getting my passport stamped I had to queue for the baggage x-ray; there were two officials checking passports in the queue and when they got to mine they asked how many days - I assumed they meant how many days IŽd been in Ecuador, though I wasnŽt sure if they meant overall or just since the last time IŽd left and come back. The ...
... this problem(s)?
Is it really the type of project we think it is? (Education)
Does the project’s request make sense?
Is the amount of funding requested realistic?
Who will directly and/or indirectly benefit from this project?
What is the social impact of the project in the community? Can it be measured?
Is there a sustainability issue? And if so, who ...