Bolivar Rizzo

Address: Calle Guayas and Bolivar, Machala, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Guayas and Bolivar, Machala.
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Travel Blogs from Machala

Into The Jungle - The Mighty Jungle

A travel blog entry by ktflynn on Dec 15, 2014

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... jumping off the jetty and swimming in the lake - yes parents too. We all meet for our first activity. We are split into 2 groups - boys & Molly and Mia are one group - there guide is Andreas. The rest of us have Diana is our guide & we name ourselves "The Amaze-ons" - the other group still don't have a name�� Most of my blog will be about the Amaze-ons���ᘵ 6; We head out in the canoe to ...

The Amazon Jungle

A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Nov 01, 2014

13 photos

... you have more understanding of these things). We then climbed a lot and finally got to the most beautiful secluded waterfall, which we could go under and behind. We then headed back and got on the boat to visit a tribe, where we got our faces painted, learnt about their lives and history and learnt how to throw spears. We then bonded over a game of football, which was pretty special as we didn't speak eachother's language but all found it so ...

Our Many Adventures in the Amazon Rainforest

A travel blog entry by trippers on Sep 16, 2014

28 photos

... Red Howler and Capuchin monkeys, toucan, Hoatzin ("stinky" turkey) and white hawk. We also saw an anaconda curled up in the underbrush along the lake's edge across from our lodging – it was huge!

Upon arriving at the lodge, we were greeted by the general manager who welcomed us and explained the 'rules' of the residence. The most challenging rule (for Jane, at least) was established to accommodate the limitations of the water ...

Quito to Coca to Yarina Lodge in the Amazon

A travel blog entry by aliandbruce on Jul 26, 2014

185 photos

... with people due to all the bars and restaurants everywhere. Every store front that happened to be open had a guard at the front door. So just arriving we didn't quite know how to read Quito yet. The next day it seemed a lot less intimidating. The sun was out, it was a beautiful day and the zombies seemed a little more harmless during the day. The streets were full of people going to work and such. I was concerned I didn't have the proper pants for the trip to the Amazon or for ...

The Andes.

A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Sep 28, 2013

2 comments, 31 photos

... very twisty ( think I am going to wear the side walls of the tyres out before the middle) and mostly good surfaces. Towards the end there were about 25 miles of poor surfaces, but not the worst I have encountered, and a few stretches of gravel.

Eventually arrived at Machala, about 45 miles north of the border and while looking for a hostal which did not exist, found another for $15 which is good. Only food I ...

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