Hosteria Termal Rodas
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... times with my friends, I found the ocean to be very therapeutic, especially around this time of the year when the homesickness starts to creep in around the holidays. I do very much so miss the snow and all around fall weather, but I am also enjoying my time at the beach because I don't know the next time I'll be able to spend the holidays in paradise.
Because I didn't do any traveling this month, I got to see more of what life is like in Salinas. This ...
... invaded by the Spaniards, so there is a lot of Spanish influence in the buildings. It was gorgeous, I wasn't expecting it to be so pretty. We went out for a drink after dinner and the boys got another dinner - a club sandwich, and it looked so good that we made a pact to go back the next night for one. I wasn't really feeling a big night so we got to bed for midnight after a few beers in the hostel in ...
Cuenca is an amazing city which has been discovered by more then just Ecuadorians. The rough population here is 500,000 and 1% of the population are expats enjoying there days of retirement. It is exciting to see that the potential of this city is being utilized and transformed by the youth partially because of the university influence. Although this means lifestyles and traditions are changing there seems to be a steady blend of the ...
... It is about 2
hours away from my town and I went there to register my visa with immigration.
While there with my host parents, we also went to the Iguana Park. It is
literally a park in the middle of the city with Iguanas living there. Across
the street from the Iguana Park is a huge cathedral filled with gorgeous
stained glass all the way around. Finally, we finished the day with lunch. This
is when I was finally able to try ceviche, a dish the ...
... south to the small ocean-side town of Manglaralto, which is basically the opposite of Montaņita in every sense of fiesta.
Tagua Lodge is one of few guest accommodations in Manglaralto, and quickly became our favorite after comparing it to the others. Split between two bamboo buildings, there are just five private rooms, each accommodating one or two people, and all with private bathrooms. The common space is a mix of ...