Hosteria Finca Chamanapamba

Address: Ulba - Caserio Chamana, Banos, 9043, Ecuador | B&B
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This B&B, located on Ulba - Caserio Chamana, Banos, is near Geotours and Las Piscinas de la Virgen.
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    Travel Blogs from Banos

    Waterfalls, Paragliding, Spa

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... was completely gentle. Paragliding is something I would definitely do again. We headed back to Banos and then I went for an hour long massage. This was the perfect way to end my two days of activities in Banos. As I was leaving, I needed to grab a cab back to the campground as the buses don't run past 18:00. This was easier said than done because it was pouring at this point. I finally found one and arrived back to a terrific stir-fry dinner waiting for ...

    The room comes with it's own Mariachi Band

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 16, 2015

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    ... in Baños and not blow our budget.

    The hostel was very reasonably priced too, around £15 a night. Basic, naturally for that price, but sufficient and it was right in the centre of town. This was a pro and a con. Close to everything, which meant everything was close to us, including the Mariachi band that paraded under our window playing their trumpets and drums as loudly as they can.

    Latin America doesn't do quiet. Quiet is just something to be filled with noise out ...

    From Downpours to Sun

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 01, 2015

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    ... out and, as we walked to our common meeting area, the rain started again. We barely made it to cover when the skies again opened up. We made the most of it and enjoyed some more coffee, but I was surprised to see that the porters were still collecting our bags and sending things down toward the dock as if nothing was happening. At about 8:15 am, Pato circled us up and told us to walk down to the docks and get our life jackets on. The rain had not let up at all. ...

    Shopping at the Mercado

    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Mar 18, 2015

    19 photos

    ... the local produce and get busy in the kitchen.

    About a 2 km walk from the condo is the local Mercado. It is typical of all marketplaces, vendors selling goods from their carts, shops stocked with fruits and vegetables, butchers standing behind hanging pieces of meat, and the fish mongers scaling and cleaning a large variety of fresh fish! It is a colorful, noisy and dusty scene that confronts you!

    We time our visit to arrive at ...

    Montanita, finally some beach action

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... heat, let alone being the people competing! So head up the room for a siesta. It doesn't take long before we are finally having a sleep and I'm out for around 2 hours and Leesh knocks out about 45 minutes before 1530 rolls around and the town is starting to get busy. Despite being right in the heart of the nightlife hotspot in Montanita, we are high in the hostel and slightly around the corner so we barely even hear the loud doofing of the music. Plus ...