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RE: Living in Montanitas« on: January 26 2007 17:01:00 »
I usually fly with American Airlines Toronto to Miami,Miami to Guayaquil. the drive from the city to Manta is about 2 hours. the tickets are $880. Where are you living now?
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #1 on: January 28 2007 20:01:00 »
I live in Vancouver now so it is quite the trek from here to South America! Looks like I might not be able to get the 6 months off that I had hoped for so next week I am heading to Costa Rica for 3 weeks of fun in the sun and I will take it from there.
Definately keep me posted on your trip. Costa Rica really isnt that far from Equador and I really want to get there eventually! Have a super amazing time!! If I am able to get more time off....I will see you there!!!!
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #2 on: January 30 2007 06:01:00 »
Good luck, who knows maybe we will see each other on Ecuador. Keep in touch.
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #3 on: March 14 2007 15:03:00 »
Hi!, I live 20 minutes south Montañita, is much better if you come from CostaRica to Panama and then Ecuador in Copa airlines, you have to land in to Guayaquil, then go to Montañita by bus. The airport in Guayaquil is very near the Bus terminal so you will have no probelm getting there, are you a surfer?, you can still get exellent waves until first week of May, I will gess. Yes Ricky Lobo is cool guy and his place is very decent to stay.
Have very save trip,
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #5 on: April 22 2007 12:04:00 »
Noticed that you know a lot about Montanita. Maybe you can help me: I would like to come on the 29th of April for 1 week. Everybody's talking about MOntanita. If I would get 3-6 foot waves daily I would be happy. In your opinion it will be any swell beginning of May? I watch swell forcast and saw today in Montanita 6 feet at 10 secs? It si true? Also there is the option to find a taxi or whatever from Montanita to Salinas or Manta to get surf in case there is nothing in MOntanita? I would appreciate your help! Thanks Mate (I will fly from LA to PAnama and Guayaquil with COPA)
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #6 on: December 16 2007 19:12:00 »
I wood like to work as ranch hand because i use to work at the Ranch in Santa Barbra; I''mz single and will wash worn out feet and massage you; leart it all from Tom.
RE: Living in Montanitas« Reply #7 on: August 27 2009 01:08:00 »
Montanita is an awesome place to stay for an extended surf trip. The surf is pretty good in the morning, decent right break, and once you get to know the locals you can go to some other great local spots. The night life is insane. You are going to have an amazing time, I stayed there for 6 months and wish it could have been wayyyy longer.