Hacienda Manteles

Ecological Route Banos - Patate km. 18.5 (Via Las Antenas), Banos, 0000, Ecuador | B&B
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This B&B, located on Ecological Route Banos - Patate km. 18.5 (Via Las Antenas), Banos, is near El Cajas National Park (Parque Nacional Cajas), Central Bank Museum (Museo del Banco Central), New Cathedral (Catedral de la Immaculada), and Tungurahua.
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    Travel Blogs from Banos

    Casa de Arból y erupción del volcán

    A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... and made the other swingers, who were watching while we had a turn, gasp.
    The climb up to the hill from the car park was steep and muddy. People came unstuck there for sure. We saw it on the way back down and I ran down but couldn't stop. Didn't even mean to. Was a worry, really thought I would come a cropper.

    Ran into the two kiwis from galapogos airport tonight. They were in Quito for same time as me and came to baņos on the same day, maybe ...

    Don't know what to call this one!

    A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Jul 15, 2014

    1 comment

    ... down pretty quickly. We met a Dutch couple at the hostel and we all shared a taxi to go out and see the Equator, but this time we would go to the REAL equator. The big monument the built on "the equator" back in the 50's or 60's was actually 200 meters or so away from the actual equator line. At the real equator line we got to see some cool tricks like balancing an egg on a nail, watching the water drain straight out of a basin on the equator then watching it spin two ...


    A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 09, 2014

    ... from Canada who were also on the way to Cotopaxi. None in our group knew exactly how to reach our destination. A truck honked his horn and slowed beside us. He said he could take us to the park and help find a guide. We piled in. Arriving at the entrance to the park we negotiated a price of $10 a person for a guide and $25 for the four of us for transport up the mountain. We were asked if we had clothes for weather that was O degrees. Most of us did not. ...

    A woman named Eve

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... medium; line-height: normal;">Once freed from both psychologically defensive translations as well as our own preconceptions about these "legends" or "myths" or "literal words of God," we can explore the true, inner meanings of the archetypes that are at the core of Western spiritual understanding and development of our own psyches.

    Ecuadorian Mountains

    A travel blog entry by ebzh on Mar 15, 2014

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    ... with another French guy. The day after a group of us rented mountains bikes, shared a pick up taxi to go up the volcano to then do some downhill. That's the way I like it!

    Not too keen on the kind of tourisme this place has, I tried to find my way out. One of the guy I went biking with is felling the same. He loves the mountains but he loves walking and climbing them the natural way, without all this touristic fuss. Let's go to more remote ones ...