Samai Ocean View Lodge Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... twirling, balancing and juggling, it was fun to watch. There were about 8 other people from the hostel there and it got messy. Very messy. We managed to make it back to our hostel in one piece before crashing. The next morning was another rough one, this time however, we had the foresight not to plan anything so we could sleep in and recover! We a getting older and wiser and learning from our mistakes! Through the day, we slept ...
Early start, we were up at 5am, got a taxi to the station and caught a public bus to the coastal town of Montanita.
The drive to Montanita was gorgeous, it was awesome to see the ocean again. The last time we were at the beach was Brazil. Small coastal villages line the shore, beach shacks with straw roofs and bamboo walls, colourful hammocks swinging from palm trees, stray dogs cruising the sand, fishermen untangling nets and the best thing of all hot sunny ...
... over me. Hardly any sleep then.... Then at 3am I was switched to the back of the bus again until we finally got to Quito at about 7am. Not the best bus journey I've been on....!
As I had ended up having to get a night bus I was also left with the problem of finding somewhere else to hang out until I had to leave for the airport in the afternoon. I'd met a really nice couple in the Amazon who lived in Quito so I thought I'd see if I ...
... in Loja could well be the best burger I’ve ever had, aside from home made. It was a very thin beef patty, perfectly speckled with herbs. Atop was a thin slice of ham, piled high with lettuce and tomato and a zesty sauce. Yum!
After five weeks in Ecuador, we have become self proclaimed experts on Ecuadorian food. No we haven’t tried the cuy here, but having sampled it in Peru, I’ll pass this time around. ...
... told us all about the surrounding area, including Montanita which was the town at the other end of the beach. We were also told about a cicada infestation that had hit the place only a few days earlier. It sounded horrendous; large, flying cockroach looking bugs had apparently come in drones and swamped the town. Apparently it was rainfall that drove them in from a nearby forest. A local restaurant owner who was doing some revamping spent 3 ...