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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Montanita 8/09/15 - 10/09/15
We left Guayaquil on the bus to Montanita the bus was a CLP bus and seemed pretty legit. They play movies on big screens which hang from the roof of the bus. These are usually popular american movies which are dubbed over in Spanish. We headed down the highway out of Guayaquil. I remember seeing the aftermath of an epic crash involving a taxi which was a bit concerning especially as half the taxis don't seem to have ...
... of Guayaquil. Translated as "little hill", it became famous very slowly, decades ago, as a place only for surfing, with only a few rustic fishermen houses and one or two surfers tent on summer time. Today, it's a popular destination for surfers from around the world and considered one of the best beaches in Ecuador's south coast. The layout of Montañita is a grid of small streets crowded with shops and restaurants, and ...
... looking for the new place and found it. The guy behind the desk was nice and explained a lot to me in broken English, but I understood. He explained that I could stay in Puerto Lopez instead of going for the day, which is what I had planned originally. I made the decision to stay another night at my hostel and leave very early in the morning. I walked back finally trying the breakfast sandwich and yuck, they used ...
We were invited to eat lunch with a family,we got know them because they live across from our building. They feed us a leg of chicken, rice with raisins, potato salad with shrimps( thatJohnny catches from the river, quite large they are). For dessert got jello with peaches.They give us huge portions, which they do in Ecuador. We have learned to share a plate in a restaurant now. The family of 6 ...
... A line of five ducks walked up to my guitar right after setting it down and started pecking at it for food. The people who owned it were unfriendly and looked like some deadbeat, burned out, heroine addicts who looked like characters out of Ren and Stimpy. Strange. Sidenote: my Aussie friends who I spent the past month and a half with, Tahnee and Corey, showed up in Montañita for a few nights but quickly headed to a different city, called Salinas, to do some ...