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Travel Blogs from Banos
... down the rock and jump in and get it out. I'm not sure that the camera survived. I'm going to try and dry it and see. Fortunately the SD card was fine and I was able to get the photos off it. Spent the rest of the day chilling at the campsite. It's a great place to chill actually. Early night tonight ready for an early start ...
... backpacks. We arrived at the station a half hour before the bus left, so we explored the area around it. There was a little store across from the station and we bought 10 oranges for only a dollar! We then checked out the bus that we were taking to Latacunga. It was the nicest bus I have been on yet in Ecuador. It had a little bathroom, and a bed for someone to sleep in during the ride!
Two hours later, the bus stopped in Latacunga. I realized at once that it is ...
... chose one. It was sort of like a café. They had good food there. We hope to go there again tomorrow. After lunch, we went around town and found lots of sugar cane and taffy and other sweets. We bought some of the colorful taffy. After that, we saw a big waterfall that ended in a big pool of water. Some kids were swimming in it. My Dad and I saw a little stairwell leading up to a balcony where we could see both the city and the waterfall from up high. ...
... to run!! To bed, dreaming of lava.
It rained all night and continued to do so as we rose. Spotting a brief lull we ventured out, wondering whether to attempt a hike in between the rain or even to head to the local hot baths, famous around town. Seeing the state of the baths and the hundreds of locals piled in them, we turned that one down. After grabbing lunch ingredients we decided to make the most of our ...
... the locals were trying to get rides into Banos as well; it took us about an hour to get someone to pick us up.
After all of our physical exertion, we decided to spend our last full day in Banos at Luna Runtun which is a hotel overlooking the town that has numerous thermal pools. For $30 per person we got dinner and 3 hours of rest and relaxation in the pools. It was the perfect way to end an adventurous trip.
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking