Balsa Surf Camp
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... annoying. The beach has little stall type bars along it. Drink time.
Nap time. It might be hard to go back to work and not have a mid afternoon nap. Was a bit of a challenge to get up again but I managed to and after a few hours more of walking around cocktail alley, the beach and the streets of nightclubs, David went off to bed and we could start drinking properly. The girls know how to do that on the cheep. Just go to a ...
... better--you need balance if you are going to survive a week like this. On the whole raw, vegan thing, here was the prevailing sentiment: look, the best possible food that will nourish the body the best on earth is organic fruits and veggies that haven't had the nutrients cooked out of them. That said, eating a diet that is based on plants and whole foods is pretty darn good. That is to say, if there is a hierarchy, ...
... of towns, so once we were through the appropriate number of towns, I was watching very intently out the window - then I saw my landmarks - the island out in the ocean - and the neighboring hostel's big sign. I jumped up and grabbed Morganne's arm and began to run down the aisle. There was a speed bump right in front of our Hostel and I was determined to get off there. The bus was still rolling when I jumped out the door - dragging Morganne behind me! The bus had ...
... on the beach in the day. The most courageous would surf a bit, I didn't... I haven't done much there apart from enjoying the beach and drinking. My hostel was full of English people so you guys know what goes with that: more drinking...
This was good but I think I kind of had enough of the beach for now and partying everynight is tiring and all the same after a while, 3 days would be enough, let's go back to the mountains!
... within the park: Playa de los Frailes, a beautiful crescent of whitish sand in front of a bay of turquoise water; some tourists, but no bars, no restaurants and no music. Well, no more details to add. We can safely say that we've done nothing else in these days. Reluctantly, we left the hostel this morning and somehow managed to get on a bus back to Guayaquil; once again we have no intention of stopping in that city longer than what it takes to get on another bus, this time in direction of Cuenca. ...