Tangara Guest House

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

    Trekking the Inca Trail

    A travel blog entry by cfilmer on Jun 19, 2015

    35 photos

    ... t cross the check point without them. 300 of those permits are given to the porters and guides. I had assumed that with that number of people on the trek we would be following each other like ants over the mountains and staying in huge campsites. But being the Peruvians and their epic abilities at tourism it isn't like that at all. Everyone is staggered so you start at different times and from two different chck points, you are also told which campsites to stay in and what time ...


    A travel blog entry by lyndisnbob on Jun 13, 2015

    42 photos

    ... very clean; the sidewalks were washed early each morning by an army of young Ecuadorian men with soap, water and brooms and there was no litter.
    Unexpectedly there were no signs of any dogs, contrary to what we had read and only later did we discover that, that particular issue had been resolved and not to the benefit of the dogs in question.
    We were expecting it to be hot and humid as it is only 250klm from the equator, but it was quite pleasant with very ...

    Mad dogs and Englishmen

    A travel blog entry by ctillery on Feb 28, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... a lot of iguanas. Continuing to the river we eventually hit the Malecon and headed north. At about the halfway point it suddenly occurred to us that it was really hot and we were getting really red under the equatorial sun. We quickly made a list of the items we regretted not having (hat, closed-toe shoes, and sun screen) and made the calculated decision to press on. Probably the wrong call but such is life.

    The ins and outs of Guayaquil

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 27, 2014

    18 photos

    ... along the Malecon 2000. The apparent nicest part of town and the safest. When we checked in the girl told us she didn't have our reservation and we couldn't get into the dorm until the next night, but she had a private room with ensuite for 40% off! plus the 10% we get for our hola card. We agreed and went up to the room. 2 floors, 3 beds, a bathroom and a TV with cable. Score! We went to the mall to run a few errands and had a delicious hamburger with real meat and ...

    Answering Tough Questions About the Project

    A travel blog entry by midtownrotary on Jul 24, 2014

    7 photos

    Hi Guys,

    For the past few days, I have researched and interviewed several sources to make sure I fully understand the project and to clear a number of questions I had back in Alaska. The questions I felt were necessary to answer and understand are:What is the problem(s) we are solving with this project?

    Are we solving the real problem(s) or just a symptom of the problem?

    Are there other alternatives ...