Cabanas Arena Guadua
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- Continental Breakfast
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Go to Montaņita they said, it'll be hot they said. Bolony, it's bloody freezing. Each time I say it's cold anywhere in Ecuador they tell me it's because of the elevation and that if you go to the coast it is hot. Ok, so now I am here. Montaņita, the beach party town and the bad weather had followed me down the hill. It's raining and cold.
When I woke up this morning it was to a bash on the door at 9am. I was still where I was when ...
We finally set off on the bus to Montanita from Mancora. The bus' route, much like the majority of bus routes in South America, took us through lush mountains, desert, and along the coastline. We were dropped in Montanita at around 7am... Our improving Spanish allowed us to ask for directions to a hostel we had researched the previous day. Unfortunately it wasn't advanced enough to understand the response so we ...
... would help me "detox my body through eating raw, vegan food". Ummm...OK. I am pretty game to try anything that doesn't involve God's furry little creatures or public displays of humiliation, so I thought why not, I love a good smoothie, right? Little did I know what was to come.
After a somewhat harrowing 6 hour van ride through the mountains (my first time getting motion sick, have to tell you, not a fan), ...
... as they were huge and way to powerful. We ended up going to the next town, Olon, which was a really quaint and much quieter place where Ash did pretty well on the small waves, standing up most times. After more RastaPans we had a few drinks at the hostel with some nice Israeli guys and the hostel owner (a young French guy who was pretty awesome at Pro Evo, he beat Ash a few times). We ended up in a decent club ...
... 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. ...