Manglaralto Sunset Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After 3 bus rides totalling 14 hours we arrived at our lovely beach front hostel. It was only 9am and a few other guests were lounging out the front. While we waited for our room to be made up we got chatting to two American travellers also staying at Sunset hostel. They'd both fallen in love with Manglaralto so much they'd been there a month and …
... were becoming quite the compost toilet connoisseurs). The Dutch woman than owns the hostel, Joos, built the majority of the hostel after trading her house boat in Amsterdam for this little slice of paradise on the Ecuadorian coast. We finally felt like we were going to enjoy Montañita and settled into our new accommodation where we would be for the next 6 days. The sun had finally started to come out so we beelined for the beach to swim and relax. We got a kick out of ...
... is known
for. Served cold, ceviche can come with fish, shrimp, or octopus and is
normally eaten with chifles or banana chips.
Frequently,I go bike riding with my family. Sometimes we go to the marine base in my town
or along the ocean and sometimes up a mountain that overlooks the ocean.
Some other traditional Ecuadorian foods that I've tried include Bolon which is green
bananas, chives, eggs, and cheese all mashed together and cooked in a pan. I
... Jane preferred to take the trail since the beach route was very rocky and the tide coming in. We met the woman from the beach coming back along the trail with a desperate look on her face. She thought that she was lost, and we assured her that we knew the way out (even though we were confused also) and suggested that she might want to stick with us. Subsequent to her, we met two other couples who were also looking for the way to Las Frailes.
Our hike ...
We arrived in Montanita and the task of finding our host family house was quite hard as the town has no road names, house numbers or signs of any kind! Fortunately the lost expression on our faces was recognised by a member of the family and we were ushered inside our home for the next two weeks.
After meeting the very large family of 12 and trying to converse in our very poor Spanish and ...