Consejo Para el Extranjero en Ecuador - Parte 4
Part 4: Bus Travel in Ecuador I’ve just had my first vacation during the countrywide feriado break back in November. Since all of Ecuador descended on our beautiful little beach village for their public holiday, we decided to run for the hills. In other words, we took the long journey up into the Sierras to the village of Baños. After traveling about 7 hours in 2 taxis and 3 different buses, I...
So, part of the reason I’ve been posting a lot less is because I’m working a lot more. Lame excuse I know. But, one of the things I’m doing for my work is running a blog for them, and writing blog posts for other online agents. Such as this little number about the soul of Montañita: Get a Feel for Montanita | Xtreme Gap Year.com The Montanita Spanish School blog I’m...
The dogs here all have balls. And I mean testicular kind, not the ones for playing catch. On the rare occasion that I would run into a un-neutered dog back in the States, it was more of an anomaly, nothing to write home about. But here, ALL THE DOGS HAVE BALLS. “So what,” you may be saying to yourself, but read on, I shall explain. All the dogs here are crazy, and I blame the balls. ...