Ecohostal Bahia

Avenida Bolivar 308, Bahia de Caraquez, Ecuador | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bahia de Caraquez

Forget the Guide Book, Stick With Local Fare

A travel blog entry by damangela

9

Our food adventures in Ecuador have been a quandary of excitement and boredom, enthusiasm and monotony, pleasure and pain (literally). Beginning with our arrival in Guayaquil, an afternoon of vigorous walking built up hearty appetites, though inspirational food opportunities were few in the country's most populated city. (Likely, we just didn’t know where to go.) We stumbled upon an eatery advertising chicken and rice. How ...

Day 1: Watch out for that hole

A travel blog entry by pkgregoire

3

... problems and I'm impressed with the location of our hotel. The World Trade Centre is near us and fancy hotels and at this square there are so many good looking restaurants and clubs. We walked around for a bit and decided to go back to a restaurant that we had passed just before getting to the square called The Tarzan. It was very good and reasonably priced. Paul and I must start learning a bit of Spanish as we had no clue what the waiter was asking but we managed to get great ...

Bahía down the coast to Puerto Loepez

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

Noa:

On Thursday, we woke up in Mindo and took a bus going west toward the Pacific coast. After the taxi dropped us off at our hostel in Bahía de Caráquez, we walked down to the ocean. It was so beautiful and we saw the sun set. It went down so fast!! Later, we went out to dinner at an Italian restaurant. I ...

Bahía de Caráquez

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

12

... is nowhere on our map, called Tosagua. We arrived in Toagua three hours later and waited at a bus stop on the street for no more than five minutes for another bus to Bahía, where we caught a taxi the final four kilometers to our hostel. Our taxi driver had an extra large (to fit his physique) green shirt on that read "Saint Practice Day" with a clover and sponsors from Applebee's and Guinness. He confessed that he had no idea what the shirt said, ...

Sleepy Canoa

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

7

... made from compacted sand. We have beach views from the room and it makes me feel at home as the sun sets over the beach :) there is no ATM in town and we needed some money so we hitchhiked in the back of a fisherman's truck to the next town along the coast- san Vincente to get to an ATM. Tim and I needed money to pay for Galapagos so we both took out a lot of ...

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