Samari Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I slept in as i had no plans this day yet. I was going to take it easy this morning and not think too much as i had a slight hangover and my calves were so sore from the hike. I had breakfast in my room and a great shower and shave. It was raining very heavy outside as it did most mornings, which meant a nice day once it ended. I wasn't sure what the girls were doing today either, so i walked around town enjoying the sun and talking to my agency as far as future ...
... Gina's husband to give Tori a shot of his homemade Tequila that we had been made privy to. The story is that this will significantly improve your spanish speaking. Thad's joke backfired on all of us when we were served three free shots. To bed. Great sleeps were had by all as it truly was quiet and peaceful here, especially in contrast to Tena's lively waterfront street where our hostel had been the week ...
... old man says are you nuts, and heads for Cuenca. Another of life’s mystery that I will never know the answer to.
That morning I ponder should I take a taxi to the terminal? No I shall walk. I zig zag across the town in the direction of what I think is to the terminal and (not to jinx things) the last zag takes me right to the terminal. I buy a ticket. When will the bus be leaving? Sanko minutoes. (again let’s not gloat Paul and jinx things). I see ...
... drab. There is very little rainfall in these parts and it really shows.
Arriving at the Sumpa bus terminal, we called the condo manager who said she was unable to meet with us due to an emergency. She said her son was waiting for us, and that we were to take a taxi to the condo. Not a good start! It took us 4 days before we met the manager, and during that four days we had no Internet which is always a major issue! ...
... starting at 9000 ft above sea level in Quito, it's not long before the temperature drops, and the land almost looks like the Scottish Highlands, with close tight vegetation, hugging the huge mountains. We have officially entered the Avenue of Volcanoes in the Andes Mountain Range, and it is already stunning, with snow capped tops, and steam coming out of others. Wilson is a great driver,who's English is impeccable, and his knowledge of what we are seeing is vast, there is no ...