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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Tsafiki Hosterķa Las Tunas
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... Ecuador, I think a week or two here would be great for the soul!
On this day, however, we chose to walk the beach from one end to the other, probably a couple of miles long. Not many tourists here as it is at the end of the season, but still enough to keep the para-sailing, boat ride and beach chair business men busy! The water was warm, as was the breeze, the pace was unhurried and it proved to be a very good way to spend the day!
... get in touch with them. We have a quick chat with them (Leesh has a teary moment of joy), get the inside goss on how it went down etc and have a good laugh and catch up. Great to see such happy faces on them and we look forward to watching their journey down the path we have happily been down. We now have to come home early next year to ensure we are back for their wedding. We finish breakky and throw the kit on and head off down to the bridge to start the ...
... not made a booking for a hostel due to non-existent wifi the week before so took the first room we came across on the hill overlooking the town, which the guidebooks advised would be quieter than staying in town. Although the Nativa Bambu was outside our budget, the thought of a good night's sleep and some relaxation swayed our judgement. After a few beers and a delicious fusion Thai-Ecuadorian meal we retired early to our room as the party in Montañita was just ...
... the guided museum tour in the mainland park. ($5.00) The museum is in a Quichuen village within Machalilla Park and includes a round trip guided hike which ends at a natural hot springs pool -- it didn't feel so hot to us -- before returning to the village. The tour was in Spanish, but when we needed it, we had the privilege of having a French guy in our group to do the interpreting.
Next stop, Montanita.
... work as well on the return trip, however. Following Jill’s suggestion that the bus might be willing to make an unofficial stop at the road leading to the hostel, Jane attempted to ask the attendant if they would drop us off there – only problem was that she couldn’t remember the name, calling it Mandilla instead of Mandala. Emily got a laugh out of that one!
At the parque we learned that there was no entrance fee but we had to ...