Tubagua Plantation Eco Lodge
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... one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
... enough of a threat to the dictator that he had them murdered.
There is now a book and movie about the sisters called "In the Time of the Butterflies".
The house where the sisters lived in the 10 months before their assassination is now a museum that we went to visit. We got to see some of their clothes, their rooms, and beautiful gardens decorated with butterflies. The highlight of the trip, ...
... 8217;s what making me miss home. The internet is completely down all over campus, and I have talked to my mom or boyfriend for more than a minute at a time in days. A lot of craziness has been going on with the amount of schoolwork we have this last week and issues with some of the workers here at school. Sometimes you just need to be able to call your mom and talk, and not being able to do that has really been messing with me. I haven’t ...
... salad. It was enough to eat for two meals. Awesome. We relaxed for our lunch, and were soon joined by the crowd from We Don't Neaux. They ate and we just enjoyed being here. After a while, we decided we would head back to the boat for a little siesta and would all reconvene back in town later for a little drinking and maybe some dancing or whatever we could get up to.
But little did we know, this town can be a bit sneaky. As Caleb, Pete, and I ...
... treated to the stereotype of my color, and I suspect my gender. I decided to take a trip to a different town for a night and have a change of scenery so I hopped on a gwagwa. I do admit that by saying that I was headed to this particular town screams tourist more than my Galapagos red baseball cap. However, I´m not just a tourist I´ve been riding these forms of transportation since I arrived here so know ...
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- Free parking