Samari Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... we do.
But the family is wonderfully kind and they give us two big bedrooms and a bathroom and a balcony, plus three huge meals a day AND wi-fi and all-in-all, we totally scored.
On the first day, Roberto, the father, said to us sternly:
"In this house, we don't speak English. We only speak Spanish."
And I said "Awesome. It's going to be pretty quiet around here then."
Around 1am we hit the Ecuadorian border which went without a hitch. The 8 hour bus ride however extended to 12 hours, which wasn't such a problem as I mainly slept through. The bus depot in Guayquil is a big sprawling place, and I quickly found the booth that dealt with buses onwards to Banos. The buses weren't running until really late in the evening but I was directed to a booth that had regular buses ...
... great busker playing in the street below. Too much lunch for Kate, though. No worries. The takeout leftovers will be saved for a starving canine somewhere along the way.
Now we are at a beautiful bed and breakfast right on the beach at Punta Carnero where we spent the afternoon chatting with the Americans who own it. Las Palma del Mar. Lovely couple, comfortable room, hot showers, and we have booked a couple's massage for ...
... ten days old and named
him Milo. He is so adorable and had grown so much since we’ve had him.
This month has been quite calm, which has definitely been nice! However, next month should be much more packed. I already know I have my trip to the Amazon Rainforest,not to mention all of the holiday activity. December's blog post might go up later than usual because I will want to include all of the new year plans in it!
Hope all is well!
... only got my word that I know how to use this equipment, Ive not demonstrated that I know how to use it, bienvendios a Ecuador. You may think its the same everywhere in South America, but believe it or not Colombia one of the countries perceived to be the most dangerous in South America, is way more responsible or risk aware or closer to a insurance based system. For the extreme activities I did in Colombia they gave us wrist band with phone numbers, and the name of the company ...