Balandra Hotel Cabanas
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... The artisan market had many Panama hats as this is where they originate. They were sold in Panama due to it being a better trade route but became well known when President Theodore Roosevelt wore one when he visited to officially open the canal in 1914. With all the media attention, people started asking where they came from. Hence they became known as the Panama hat. Mick was going to get one for his birthday but it was too scratchy on ...
... Casa de Abuela which was 6 dollars cheaper and had a view of the ocean from our room with a top floor patio out front and pool. Most times it is better to see the place before you purchase it.
We then toured Manta. I will say it has little to hold the tourist. It is the transit hub on this part of the coast. It has an airport, taxis and bus terminal. We walked around town and had dinner and I shot a few photos to show what it is like is here. Moving on,,, Toma
... ONLY Suzuki would know.
With a high expectation of success Colin, Di and Robin set off on Friday 1 May (Labour Day, public holiday, in Ecuador) for Quito and the prospect of a trip to the Galapagos Islands. This was a tough decision as Don was facing the prospect of not being able to leave until the following Thursday and at that time the fix was still uncertain.
The trip to Quito turned out to be fantastic for motorcyclists with many windy mountain ...
... flew all around you as you were seated quietly. I enjoyed this area and stayed for an hour.
Back at my hostel I changed rooms to the one facing the river, where I could here the constant flow of water and it would help me sleep. I decided I wanted to do more walking and also visit the butterfly museum. I packed up my rain kit and water and started the long 4km walk up the mountain. Once I reached the bridge again, a ...
... where we are going, Leesh gets a bit concerned with some miscommunication and thinks we need to get off. Lucky, I had some idea what was going on and we stay on board and make it to the end of the line at Ofelia station and jump across onto another bus to take us further north. Another 25c and we make the half hour or so trip north before we arrive in Mitad del mundo. Wasn't hard to guess where to go, as we could,see the big equator monument in the distance ...