Hostal El Pelicano

Calle de La Punta, Montanita, 101, Ecuador | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle de La Punta, Montanita, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Montanita

    Happy birthday Lisa!!!

    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Jul 27, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... most days we had plans. We all went back to shower and siesta, only to wake up feeling the effects of the sun! All of us went to dinner a little pink! We ate and then it was time to hit cocktail alley. This is a famous strip on a dirt road that leads down to the beach that is made up of about 40 or 50 wooden stalls, each with there own menu. We picked out a stall where the tender also did a few tricks with the bottles and cups. ...

    So, I Joined a Cult, Also Known As Camp Raw Vegan

    A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jun 19, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... 80% vegetarian and down to 20% animal products (I only eat poultry and fish anyway). And the data shows that is a pretty good split to keep your body healthy. Fresh fruits and veggies are SO readily available and affordable in Ecuador it is ridiculous--if I can't do it here, I can't do it anywhere. All in all, I met some fun people, I improved my eating habits, and I became a veggie zombie. Who saw that coming? Wish me luck!
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    A Different Rhythm of Life

    A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters on Apr 22, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Next it was back to pick up our clean laundry, all nicely folded, and to hear the little old man say in his careful practiced voice "Thank you very much". I did my best "gracious" and again felt ashamed of my lack of Spanish. OK - now to find the bus, or at least a taxi back to our hotel. We walked several blocks to get to the only paved street in the city - the main road that ran through town. Poncho had told us the bus stop was at the stoplight. We made our way to ...

    The 4 Regions of Ecuador and Leaving for Peru

    A travel blog entry by katyflo on Apr 06, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... me to go to another terminal to try and get a bus there. This is still all in Spanish so it was really confusing! I got to the terminal and again, I was told there wasn't room but I told them it was really important I got to Quito and they took pity and squeezed me on. Literally. I spent the first 3 hours on a normal bus seat, then at 1am I had to switch to sit next to the driver for 2 hours. The door was wide open, and the bus conductor was ...

    Tanning Time

    A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Jan 16, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... told us all about the surrounding area, including Montanita which was the town at the other end of the beach. We were also told about a cicada infestation that had hit the place only a few days earlier. It sounded horrendous; large, flying cockroach looking bugs had apparently come in drones and swamped the town. Apparently it was rainfall that drove them in from a nearby forest. A local restaurant owner who was doing some revamping spent 3 ...