On the main road going towards Meier’s Sabor de Bamboo Restaurant and Bar we walk past a big field, overgrown to the point that the plants in the swale were growing over the road – reminded me a lot of kudzu from the southern states in the US. We have probably walked past it 100 times but never knew what was on the land behind all the bushes and trees.
The field and swale have now been cleared and a big full-sized soccer field including goal posts was revealed. I wonder why no one uses it?
Hopefully it will be used now that it has been cleared! Mind you, they seemed to very much enjoy playing futbol on the beach- and who can blame them really. What a setting! 🙂
Diane, I don’t know how long it has sat unused, it would be nice to have a place for the kids to play when the tide is high…N
Happy New Year, can you provide me info, opinions etc on Loja, Vilcabamba, Catamayo, Ecuador for future retirement, volunteering and ministry purposes? GRACIAS
Hi Joe, It has been a while since I have heard from you, I hope all is well and that 2014 is a great year for you and your family.
I have no personal knowledge of Loja, Vilcabmba or Catamayo we have spent most of our time while in Ecuador on the beach…there are several sites dedicated to all the Ecuador blogs here are a few places to look for other bloggers:
http://southofzero.wordpress.com/ this blog is not active but there is a blog list on the right hand side
Hope you can find a blogger in the areas that you are interested in.
be well, Nancy