I travel to Tonsupa every year in summer. I always stay at the same place. It is a hotel called Casas del Mar. We rent a house with all the facilities needed to have a good time with your family. There are three bedrooms in each house, a little dining and living room area and a kitchen. It is all furnished. There are two bathrooms and the showers have hot water which is great because I love hot water even at the beach. There are two swimming pools and a playground for kids. Every time you leave the house the cleaning staff arrives and clean everywhere. What I most love about the place i its convenient location. You can take a five minute walk to the beach or the supermarket. Casas del Mar is never crowded so you can really relax and have an amazing time with your family.
I was born in Ambato on August 17th 1977. I went to La Salle primary school. After that I studied at Ambato high school. I was always a responsible student. When I finished my secondary education I went to Quito to study Medicine at Central University. I did not stay there for too long. I could not live there alone. Besides, the university environment was a little depressing for me. I decided to take a year off and travelled to Belgium to study French (oui c’est vrai!) When I came back I studied Administration here in Ambato and also English at PUCESA. I started working in a bank as a cashier but the job was stressful. I applied for a scholarship to travel to England for eight months in 2001. I was really happy there. I met a lot of interesting people and I visited different countries. When I returned to Ecuador I worked at the English courses and realized I liked teaching. I studied Languages and Linguistics to become an English teacher. I got married in 2005 and had my first son in 2006 and my second one in 2012. I studied a masters program at NOVA Southeastern University of Miami and continue working as an English teacher. Teaching is my passion, I do it with a lot of enthusiasm. In the future I would like to travel to Canada and live there for a couple of years until my sons learn English and French.