Arasha Tropical Rainforest Resort & Spa

KM 121 Via Quito-Calacali-Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on KM 121 Via Quito-Calacali-Pedro Vicente Maldonado, Pedro Vicente Maldonado, is near El Panecillo, Central Bank Museum (Museo del Banco Central), Virgin of the Americas, and Jatunacu River.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Pedro Vicente Maldonado

    How to survive the Quito trolébus!

    A travel blog entry by tamz.dinks.10 on Mar 15, 2014

    ... If you have a map make sure you count the number of stops
    to your destination. Itīs impossible to see the station names through
    the wall of humanity. Unless God blessed you with a few more inches than
    he did me!

    Your hair is not safe! Make sure itīs tied up and out of reach. People will grab anything in an attempt to stay upright.

    You have to do it, itīs part of the Quito adventure!


    Day 75

    A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Feb 05, 2014

    Buenos Dias everyone!! Glad to be leaving Canoa! Lots of people that we met said that we would love it and how nice it was… well we totally disagree!! It is noisy at night with music playing all night long, dirt roads that get muddy when it rains, and feels kind of like a mini Montanita, but without the charm. It is a place that we won't be hurrying back to. Our destination today is Santo Domingo. It is our ...

    Relaxing Ecuadorian Style

    A travel blog entry by anniebain on Jan 04, 2014

    ... the bus was comfortable and lots of leg room. The next 2 days will be spent with an indigenous hot water, no electricity but sure to be an interesting experience. We are travelling just with backpacks and mine is a childīs size one! Ned discovered today that he isnīt the oldest on the trip and the older man knows someone we know from Mexico (Al Reddoch). Again,. it is a small world ...

    Ecuador life...

    A travel blog entry by elsie2greg on Dec 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Ecuador which requires all those who enter to have an exit plan paid in advance. The airline payment machine wouldn't accept any of our credit cards, luckily or not , cash saved the day. Our plan was to get into Ecuador and refund the airline ticket and have some flexibility on our stay as there Is so much to see and do in Ecuador. Once on the ground in Quito, Tame would not refund the ticket. Only tickets paid via CC could ...

    The Tigrillo and the Tsachila

    A travel blog entry by vanessaonthego on Oct 04, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    This time around, I wanted to take it slow. Instead, I feel helpless as I watch the time fly by without my consent. We have already been on the road for a month. And yet, I feel like
    I've only just caught my breath from the impact of meeting my new travel companions. The days here in Bua, Ecuador are a whirl wind of labor intensive activities and engrossing
    conversations. Our work project, seminars and random debates about how to get ...