Barbudo Ciragan, Ecuador, El Matal, Jama, Lalo Loor Dry Forest, Manabi, Map Don Juan Ecuador, Map Jama Ecuador, Map Tasaste Ecuador, Playa Escondida, Tasaste, Vista Pacifica, Zeebra Map Jama Ecuador, Zeebra Maps
Jama is one of those sleepy little areas along Ecuador’s Pacific Coast where life slows down and reminds you of ‘the good old days.’ Although Jama Proper is a large town which includes a futbol stadium, fairgrounds and a museum, the wide streets have more foot traffic than cars. Expect to see a stray cow or ten roaming the streets, or a farmer on horse or burro with plantains strapped to a primitive wooden saddle. Sometimes one has to step around presentations of cacao (Chocolate) seeds drying on the sun-drenched sidewalks. Zeebra Maps is pleased to feature the Jama area! Jama clings to the traditions of the old while embracing the growing number of extranjeros who are investing in the area. There is so much more to Jama than the town itself, and soon a new post will feature the surrounding area. Enjoy the maps, and check out the sponsors who helped make these maps possible! Z Lalo Loor Dry Forest Reserve Vista Pacifica Playa Escondida Hostal Barbudo y Restaurante Hostal Ciragan
ian ratowsky said:
love the maps!!!! so many options….thanks for keeping me in tune with your ecuador.
Thanks! Glad you like the maps! Z
Andalyn Reese said:
I so envy your life, Lisa! I love the laid back easy life; reminds me of the good ole days at Benoit! love ya!!
thanks amiga! yes, it is so much like those good ole days, down to shelling peas and ‘butter’ beans that i buy for pennies in town! too bad i don’t have sunup so i can ride through the pre-sunrise fog to meet my friend on her horse, blue steel! the memories are still strong. hope the spring floods spare you this year. i’ll be watching from afar. siempre, z
garry ladouceur said:
Cows like this fill our swiss streets twice during the year. once to go up to the high meadows and once to come down to the barns.
i dont understand that twitter think that i hve to use to write to your blogs etc. sorry but fortunately i remembered this one.
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