Balandra Hotel Cabanas

Address: Av. 7 y calle 20, Manta, 0203, Ecuador | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Manta

    Our Thoughts About Manta

    A travel blog entry by ecuador_expats on Nov 03, 2014

    47 photos

    ... services on our street, our smalls loads were done for us for only $4.00 dollars -- dropped off and pick up the following day. After a month of this, I'm officially spoiled. But I'm not gonna lie. After about the first week here, Manta got toasty, so the air conditioner got turned on several times each day.

    However, most mornings greeted us with cloudy skies. before the sun came along to burn them off. That's when we tried to enjoy the beach in Manta. ...


    A travel blog entry by ecuador_expats on Oct 08, 2014

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... at around 6:30 am on the 8th. Grueling, but at least we don't have to do a repeat of that until one month from now.

    Our friend Wayne, from Colorado, lives in Manta, so he was able to get us a nice room with a small kitchenette, in the same building that he lives in, and almost directly below his own apartment. In fact, we're able to access his wifi from our place. But as far as the rest of the expenses for utilities go, including ...

    Stuck in transit

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Cusco tour but should (fingers crossed) be back on track on Wednesday morning. Fun fact: The Panama hat isn’t actually made in Panama. It’s origin actually lies in the small village of Montecristi. The hat got its name when President Roosevelt visited the Panama Canal to see how the construction process was going. He was presented with the hat (made in Ecuador) and from that point on it was referred to as a Panama Hat. Altitude Quito sits at 2800m above sea ...

    Old Town Quito

    A travel blog entry by craigandsarah on Jun 11, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Plaza (it has recently changed names to Plaza Grande but the locals still refer to it as Independence Plaza) where we spent some time walking the plaza checking out the architecture of the old buildings and learning more about Quito cathedral. We continued to what was our favorite church in the old town La Campania de Jesus. This Jesuit church has Moorish influences where both sides ...

    Quito and Couch Surfing Adventures

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 05, 2014

    42 photos

    ... a number of false leads, we got on a bus to Latacunga around 4 hours later than planned!

    Couchsurfing in Quito was an interesting and worthwhile experience - we experienced the unfathomable goodwill and generosity of locals, got to sit down and eat with them, and saw a side of the culture that we otherwise would not have. Definitely was worth it, and should they visit Australia sometime we hope that we will be able to show them around with the same kindness that they showed us!