Huasquila Amazon Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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All we wanted to do for a couple of days is eat everything, dry everything and have hot showers. The small town of Tena 45 minutes from Jatun Sacha on the way back to Quito was a great place to do all of this, it had everything we needed and easy to get around. We had delicious pizza on the ...
Our friend in Ecuador recommended this little spot in the jungle, at $30 each per day including meals it sounded right up our alley. We booked for 10 days, it may have been a few days to many as the food was awful and their was barely any wildlife. The place itself is beautiful, we spent many a lazy afternoon swaying peacefully in the hammocks enjoying the serenity of the jungle. We met some great people Ash, Sam, Cal, Steven, Milo, Gus and Amy, Alejandro the ...
... some lunch. Wherein Alejandro strengthened my repertoire with another legendary quote to live by (it seems these reserve directors are all full of such wisdoms). He said, “If you’re not living on the edge you’re taking up too much space.” I honestly couldn’t think of a better quote to describe this guy, remember the road that we took to get here from Quito? He drives up and down it all the time on his motorcycle, as fast as he can go, no less. Gah!!! ...
... 3 hours to tena. we went straight to white water rafting. Ojatumyacu river Water rafting was awesome! We were out on the rapids for about 2.5 hours and went about 27.3 km! We had a blast! Out of the 3 boats, ours was by far the most adventurous! We each had a chance to sit in front and ride like a bull ... Some fell in the water and some fell backwards in the boat lol both ...
... English. So I sat back and brainstormed. It just so happened that for my last week in Tena my boss had ever so kindly given me all his classes to teach.
Which meant, along with my private classes I was teaching from 9am to 9pm more or less every day...a tad over dramatic as there were gaps inbetween! The point is with so many classes and so little planning time, or to be honest enthusiasm for planning, I decided ...