La Casa del Camino Mindo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... tour for $6 a person held at El Quetzal, a hotel slightly up the road. We learned about the chocolate making process. The best part was the samples provided free of charge at the end of the tour. The brownie was by far my favorite. We had dinner at Leona, a vegetarian cafe. The number of foreign run business here was surprising. Leona appeared to be run by a couple from France, and our after dinner drink locale a women from Brazil. The next morning ...
... Seuss 'one fish two fish, red fish blue fish' to a couple little girls and was getting them to teach me colors, and was teaching them the English word. I also learned the word 'rojo' quite fast as a couple little girls were really into the red hair!! After we were done volunteering we went for lunch, which happened to be in the restaurant that the family I am living with owns, that I actually didn't even really know they owned. Ecuador uses ...
... quite taxing and there was a lot of climbing up uneven, rough hewn steps in the mud and tree roots. However, with a bit of a shove from behind and a friendly helping hand, I made it round. David proved to be an excellent guide, very knowledgeable about birds ...
... received their permission. Later we ate a typical Colombian meal at a restaurant which was closed as they were preparing food for the evening menu but let us in and served us a humungus plate of plantains, rice, chutney, salad, and kidney along with a tasty soup. Once finished, the waiter shared some of his favorite sites to visit in Colombia. Truly warm and friendly ...
... a problem taking them on. We were standing in the rain tying to argue in Spanish while getting soaked trying to explain our bags are important and we aren't leaving them under the bus. We had our passports, iPads, hard drive with photos, big camera, lenses, waterproof camera, phones, wallets and there was no way we would part with it all. So we took out a little bag we had, chucked our backpacks under the bus and carried all our valuables on with us. ...