Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Agua Blanca

Agua Blanca is a community just north of Puero Lopez, in Parque de Machalilla, consisting of 72 families with an approximate population of 300. Bruce and I went to the museum and had a guide walk us through the grounds. Entrance to the park is free, and you do not have to use a guide, but if you do, we were charged $5. You can pay either at the gate to the park or at the museum.

The museum had lots of artifacts from the coastal primitive peoples.

The grounds were awesome. We saw beautiful birds. Looking at these pictures again make me very glad I got the new camera. This would have been a really got shot with the new camera.

We didn't come prepared to do the mud bath that day. 

I did do my face, though! 

After our hike, we went to one of the restaurants for lunch. It was a wonderful meal. The prawns were fantastic! The best part was having fun playing and interacting with the owner's 4 and 5 year old daughters. They were so sweet and happy!

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