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... good club. Easy to get drinks, except they couldn't understand me and I never got what I ordered. Leave it for the girls to do and it was all good. They put on a fire twirling show at some point during the night. Entertaining for a few minutes and it was a great break from trying to keep up with dancing with two Latin American girls. Bloody hell it's hard work.
It was three when I finally convinced them I couldn't go on. Slept like a ...
... made a very clear and unassailable case for nourishing your body with fruits and veggies to keep it healthy--nothing else is better. But raw vegan? We'll have to see about that one.
OK, so back to Camp Raw Vegan. We drank lime juice and water in the morning, then meditation time, a green juice drink, then yoga (#1), then free time, lunch, more free time, yoga (#2), then a "class", dinner and a movie in ...
... after the full on schedules and early starts on the Galapagos I felt in need of some relaxation on the coast! It was without a doubt the most touristy place I've visited in central and South America to date and is definitely the party town of Ecuador with everyone wearing I love Montanita tops. The beach was nice although I think I've been slightly spoilt with the coastlines I've visited in Panama. I spent a few days here and met some really nice ...
... Antoine got spaghetti bolognaise. We sampled some. The sauce was nothing more than a college kid’s attempt at cooking. Sigh.
When Antoine departed Juliette and I ventured further to Banos. We had read about a restaurant with Asian fare – Indian, Thai and Chinese. Yay! We cheered. After weeks of eating local food our tongues were wagging for some diversity. At Casa Hood Ju got the pad Thai. I ordered Cajun ...
... helps knowing that if you don't manage to organise yourself you can just enjoy the sun, sea and sand without feeling it has been a day wasted. In many ways Montanita has been a typical beach experience but unlike in Thailand and Vietnam I don't feel like a tourist, I still feel like a backpacker. So how is it different? The answer is I still feel like I am exploring life in ...