Cabanas Arena Guadua
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After hanging around Mancora waiting for my 1am bus which was supposed to be Cama, the Irish lads and I get on...and it's not fricking Cama! I'm furious as I would have gotten an earlier bus had I been given the right information. The boys are also furious as the ticket they were sold was for a different date, so they had to pay again. Eek! Even with the terrible bus journey, I was looking forward to what Montanita had to offer.
... to my travel requirements - off the beaten path, some culture shock, affordable, and fun things to do. We will return home more rested than from most trips as even in the jungle, down time was incorporated into the daily schedule. We only changed hotels 3 times - and other than the Airport hotel, stayed 4 nights in the same place. I really liked this and hope to plan other trips this way. It is so much more relaxing than moving all the time. ...
... Arido e desertico in Perù, verde e lussureggiante dove siamo ora, a Olon. Come prima tappa in Ecuador avevamo scelto Montanita, uno dei posti più turistici di questo Paese, ma alla fine abbiamo deciso di stare un paio di chilometri più a nord. Direi che è stata una decisione azzeccata; solo una piccola collina divide questi due villaggi, ma l'atmosfera non potrebbe essere più distante. A Olon non c'è quasi nessun turista, la spiaggia è carina e ...
... addressed many of the same issues such as potable water, corruption in past municipal governments, and neglected rural areas that surround the city. When the debate began, many of the students had questions that focused the discussion on issues that matter specifically to youth such as arts and culture, education, and recreation. I was a little disappointed that the candidates would briefly address the issue that was brought up, and then switch to explaining ...
We walked four blocks to the Arena Bar, a lovely restaurant owned by an Ecuadorian woman who, when she heard our family talking to each other, apparently recognized our "dialect" in her words. She told us that her son had married a Pittsburgher and lives there now with her. We were all floored, as she rarely, if ever, meets Pittsburghers in this town, and we had, until this point, yet to meet an Ecuadorian with a Pittsburgh connection.