Samari Spa Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and were away again. Rafted for about an hour, which by the end of it we were shattered. Got lunch included on the way back which was a bonus too! Headed back for an afternoon of pool, a few beers then out for dinner one of the girls birthday. Cruisy quiet day was in order, including a sleep in till 11am - must have needed it. We went to do the bridge swing which is a 100m bridge above a river with a drop of 25m for the swing. But when we turned up it was all a but ...
... street vendors, who sold everything you could imagine from handshaken mojitos to hammocks, lamps and even a table and chairs. After booking a diving trip for the following day, we returned back to the point and the Casa del Sol yoga studio for our first of five yoga sessions of the week. The following day we headed off early to join the other divers from Otro Mundo dive school. The weather was grey and overcast as we set out to Isla El Pelado. We had not been on the boat for ...
... band waiting for us and, thankfully, food! After a quite exciting performance and some food we were taken back to the hotel for the night. After dinner, there was a talent show where each country performed a “talent.” Some people even dressed in traditional costume and danced. The 35 Americans did the YMCA.
Day 3 and our final day proved to be the most eventful. We got up super early and made the hour drive to Portoviejo. There, we participated in a ...
... before, it was so much fun and scary! 5 of us in a raft "Team Whiskey" and an instructor. There was about 5 other rafts on the water at the same so there was lots of bumping into each other and turning over of rafts. I am still waiting to get most of these photos from a GoPro but have one or two. Later that evening we headed to the thermal baths, these are massive pools of hot water that has been heated by the bottom of the volcano, so refreshing and make your ...
So our first night bus in Ecuador will also be our last. That was officially the worst night bus this entire trip. The driver was ok but he did listen to music the whole way and the roads were pretty average. We left at 11:00pm and neither of us slept all that much so when we had to change busses at 4:30am we were pretty tired. Even better was the next bus was full so we had to stand, at least it was only for around 40 minutes. We arrived in Baños at 5:00 and made our way to ...