Alandaluz Hosteria y Pueblo Ecologico
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Thought for the day from the folks down the corridor in Cabin 10059. "I asked my trainer which machine at the gym I should use to impress beautiful woman – he pointed outside and said 'The ATM machine.'"
We had a very short stay in the small Ecuadorian town of Manta. We were supposed to be there from 5 am until 6 pm, but actually arrived at 7 am and shoved off at 3 pm. I never found out why but, honestly, that was enough time. We ...
... and filled us in on some of the tricks to moving, and a lovely lady from Argentina, Celeste, a yoga instructor. Two couples from Australia also joined outer table for dinner, and one of them invited us to their house for today, so we took them up on the opportunity after leaving Canoa Beach. What a house! Lynn wrote about it in his entry.
But the day started with a yoga class in the village. Gabriela, the waitress at the hotel, is also ...
... to have us participate in every event. Our favorite was Summer acting like a chicken as Owen would run across the stage to pick up a water balloon then bring it back to drop between Summer's bum and balloon belt. She would then cluck like a chicken and try to maneuver the water balloon to fall into the basket below. After a heated battle the tally was taken and Owen and Summer squeaked out a victory with 6 total "eggs" ...
... only about half of the group showed up (about 12 or so), so I have tried to be vigilant in informing the others of my intentions and role with ACJ. After my introduction, we played some icebreaker games, participated in some team-building exercises, and then ate some snacks before heading home. I think that most of the youth had fun, and I felt much more comfortable around them when the evening was over.
On Friday January 24th, 2014 I had a ...
Today was a wonderful day. We hooked up with Pat (he's the guy whose fiance had to leave in Lima to go back to work) and took the shuttle into Manta. Quito, the capital of Ecuador, is too far away to get to unless we fly. We got off the shuttle at the Civic Center and found a taxi to take us to Monte Christie, the best place to buy Panama hats. It's a charming little area ...