Tangara Guest House

ciudadela Bolivariana, block F house 1, Guayaquil, 09 01 10275, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guayaquil

Welcome to Ecuador

A travel blog entry by annahildreth

The people are better looking, taller, less Andean-tribal looking in comparison to Peru and Bolivia, the men are more interested, there's a palpable Caribbean influence and the climate is tropical. There's also an air of danger after dark, not dissimilar to Delhi but to a lesser extent. Let's see what Ecuador has to offer and see if it contends with my clear favourite country so far - Bolivia. Next stop after Ecuador's biggest city - the Galapagos ...

Beach Chilling

A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa


... with reception not open we poked around until we found their hammocks and slept in them until the sun woke us up at 8.30. Lisa went and asked if they had any vacancies which they didn't but the lady was so nice about it all and told us to follow her to what we thought was going to be a different hostel. She asked if it was us asleep in the hammocks and i found it even nicer that she knew we were in them but didn't wake us even though we weren't staying there ...

Security guards and iguanas

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... advised against hailing cabs due to the number of armed robberies from taxi's taking tourists! We quickly accepted the hostels pick up service even though it cost a bit more. Were we going to be stuck in the hostel for 2 days? In actual fact, what we found in Guayaquil was a city with a vision, determined to shake off its notorious reputation. It's now safe to walk the downtown area due to the large number of ...

Mum is here!

A travel blog entry by lucywillson

... and I were booked for the next two nights, via four bus journeys, the bus terminal and a frantic wade through flooded streets, without having made it to the airport at all. I had attempted to but was foiled by a combination of the weather and the correct buses not running. Luckily I had already arranged the free hotel shuttle to pick up Mum from the airport, so although I wasn't able to use the shuttle with her like planned, at least she still got to the hotel ...

Strolled around Guayaquil

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan


... it, but the waffle was only about 1.5cm thick so I had a whole heap of wasted space that would have been perfect for some more ice cream or at least a bit of caramel topping. Saw a girl in the hallway who had a pesto looking pasta on a plate back at the hostel and got to eat some, but it was pretty **** so went out and got a hamburger too, which was a really great decision. The best bacon I have had since I left home- so good. A bit of blogging and not much else then off to ...

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This hotel, located in the Tarqui area of Guayaquil, is near Malecon 2000, Cerro Santa Ana, Parque Historico Guayaquil, and Playas (General Villamil).
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