Cabanas Arena Guadua
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Checked out and had a bit of breakfast before grabbing a taxi and going to the airport.The traffic was awful though and with 70 minutes until the plane took off we were still a good bit away from the airport. In fairness to the taxi driver he was driving like a madman to get us there. He was changing lanes as often as Cass O'Sullivan changes her profile picture and he got us to the terminal with 50 minutes to go. When we got to the check in desk ...
- We decided one week in the party central that was montaņita was quite enough so planned Our next move to take place the day after. We booked our flights to the Galapagos. (I thought I'd do a short sentence to like emphasise it yeah? That working for ya?) But yeah we were very excited by this, albeit a real drain on our funds (keep your ears open mums - we might be expecting some bank ...
... a kayak ok...) and paddled around in it - we actually found ourselves to be quite a formidable team of both rhythm and power. We then returned to the boat to be greeted by some pineapple or something (sorry I'm writing this a few days after it happened - we bin busy you get me), then returned to shore, only to immediately head to another beach, which was protected by the Ecuadorian government, so it was basically untouched - ...
... When going farther down the island , we also saw a lot of Neotropic Cormants. Then got on the island for a short walk along wooden trails, Francisco showed us difference between red and black mangrove, leaves and smell of flowers. We tried to plant a mangrove,if so you get to name it. From the wooden trail bridge we had twig ends of a mangrove tree and you drop it in the mud. Mine didn't go in but many did. The fisherman have ...
... Mallory became an education consultant
working with non-profits around the country training young educators,
developing curriculum and increasing non-profit capacity. Mallory
speaks English and Spanish.
Ramon Cedeņo Loor (Moncho)
Ramon has been a biology and chemistry teacher for ten years in Bahia
de Caraquez. He has been conducting after school youth leadership,
environmental education programs in ...