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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Papaya Montanita
Apart from its location I have no complaints with Papaya. The double rooms are MORE than adequate and the private bathrooms have hot, high-pressure water mains. Beds have mosquito nets, there are desks, shelves and a floor fan for all your needs. At 8 to 10 dollars a night it's a bit exxy but you won't find anything all-inclusive (breakfast, hot water, wifi, etc) for cheaper around town. The one downfall is that the music on Montanita's streets is always on full volume until about 3 in the morning, even on a Monday, so take earplugs or be prepared to pay a little more for somewhere quieter down the beach.
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We eventually reached the seaside on the central coast of Ecuador. There were a few fishing villages around but nothing really of note along here. We eventually turned up in Montanita after about 2.5 hours. We got off the bus and tried to ignore all the people trying to sell us their hostel. We tried to find out where our hostel was but no one seemed to know where it was. Jonny had it on his map on his phone but it didn't seem to ...
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