Manglaralto Sunset Hostel
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- Smoking rooms available
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... the bottom with hostels on the upper stories. The streets were gravel and full of lots of hippie characters. There were the standard type stalls everywhere trying to sell random souvineers etc.
We walked out onto the beach which was right next to town. The beach was probably one of the nicer beaches I had come across in south america thus far. Due to the lack of sun it was not particularly hot so I don't think anyone was that keen for a swim. ...
... all night raves take place to trance and latino tunage. After the lighting of the signs, we depart back to the hostel to unwind for the night. Montañita was such a great 4 day break, but time to do a little more traveling to see the famous Historic Sanctuary of the Incan Civilization! We departed on July 7th via bus back to Guayaquil, with a long day of flights mañana to arrive into Cusco, Peru. Hasta luego!! Next stop: Machu ...
We began our day with a workout as always, and then headed out for a hike to the top of a huge mountain in Banos! Most people bus to the top, but of course we opted for the 2 hour vertical hike, naturally. We stopped at a cafe, a small village, and then finally at the top we made it to a swing at the edge of the world! There are two swings attached to ...
I was up early to try and get a full day in. My options were two: take the bus for 1$ at 830 and wait around at the airport for an extra two hours or pay $18 for a private taxi at 10am, wait less time and get to enjoy the beach a final time. I chose to stay as long as I could.
As i went outside, all the shops were still closed so I would have to deal with the bike issue when I returned. I skipped breakfast for now, drinking a liter of water before I left ...
... the hostel with not much interesting things happening out there. Grab another couple of drinks before its around 2200 and we head up to bed as we were both fighting the urge to shut our eyes at the table. Doesn't take long before we are out for the count, ready for another day tomorrow. Best moment: checking into our new place and realising just how much better it is. Aaron and I have decided we are the "Martini Travellers" - a traveller who fancies ...