Hacienda Primavera Wilderness Ecolodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... build up. To think that I almost gave my winter jacket to charity in Atlanta is a most terrifying thought. Without it I would surely have been found blue and in need of a slow thawing.
Tomorrow we catch the 10 am bus for Tena (Pronounced Tena) and the Oriente (a). However hot and miserable the jungle turns out to be I will not complain.
Glad to be here,
March 13th, 2015
... level, spend one night soaking in the springs, then we are picked up at 6 am by our driver, and we make our way into the Amazon, for our 3 night stay in the lodge. Upon return to Quito, we will spend 2 nights doing laundry, having a rest, then we will be picked up by Wilson and start heading South through the Avenue of Volcanoes, and ending up on the Pacific Coast. Ya gotta love it when a plan comes together! However, we have a full day ahead of us today, and the ...
... if she should try to get her hair trimmed so, when we came across a modern-looking hair and beauty salon (with no customers) we decided to enquire. It turned out that the young hairdresser woudl cut Anne's hair for USD4 (about GBP2.70) and 15 min later - with a bit of basic Spanish and sign language she had made a good job of it. Then, close to the hotel we came across a pavement counter selling chips, sausages, hamburgers and fried eggs; we decided to sample ...
... to have a world class view. Allie is cursing us (mainly me) left, right, and cumbre. Our Quiteno friends are an awesome addition. Again, I witness the genuine obliging hospitality of the locals. They offer us some of their drink and food. They praise us on our good job and laugh at our attempts at Spanish. They walk us all the way back down to the Teleferico. Both up and down the climb we took the loose dirt path through the Arenal, so naturally I slid ...
I spent this week on San Cristobal Island. I was out of touch because we were at Jatun Sacha, a conservation center in the highlands. I never thought I'd be warm or dry ever again! We were using machetes to cut down mora (blackberry), which is an invasive species that has taken over and is choking out the native & endemic plants. It was hard work! Lots of thorns and I've never seen so many mosquitoes. ...