Samari Spa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Thursday’s success at white water rafting, Coops was pretty pumped to have a go at the ziplining. So, ziplining is basically being attached to a rope by a clip on your back and a clip on your legs, so you have the sensation of flying. We all got kitted up in our harnesses, and even though she was keen, Julie was happy to watch someone else go first. So I got up onto the platform staring at the massive canyon below me. The woman told me to hold ...
... the shore, but that did not stop Paul and the other men in our group from challenging the local boys to a game of football on the beach. Unfortunately, despite the team of cheerleaders, headed by Jenn, rooting for Team Scuba, the 10-year-old Ecuadorians would triumph...man, they are fast! Back in Montañita, we enjoyed a few beers with our fellow divers and exchanged some travel tips before heading back up the hill for much needed sleep. The next few days were spent ...
... there so we wouldn't have seen much. We did take a spontaneous 2.5 hour hike up one of the mountains to reach the top where there is a swing they call the swing at the end of the world. It's basically just a tree perched on the cliff side that they have built a small tree house and swing on. For 50cents you can swing over the edge with a massive drop below you. Quinn thought he would be ...
... fruit. Most
don’t have sugar added because the sweetness of the fruit on its own is enough.
Another Ecuadorian food tradition here is in the late afternoon, going to a
bakery buying fresh bread (so fresh it’s still burning hot!), and drinking a
cola. The bread is dirt cheap; 10 good sized rolls for one dollar. It’s
incredibly delicious and perfect with some cheese and jam.
One recent adventure I took with my host mom and sister was ...
... as we went from town to town and cable car to cable car. Because the river is so low in the valley it's perfect for zip lines and there are a number of companies offering rides over the river. We stopped at a few to take photos but as the speed on the cables seemed to be restricted, Chris lost interest in having a go. At the town of Rio Verde we went for a hike down hill to check out yet another waterfall, but as we got closer we decided we didn't really feel the need to pay to see ...