Casa Ceibo

km 5 1/2 Av. Cesar Ruperti, Bahia de Caraquez, 11111, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bahia de Caraquez

Viva el Bus en Ecuador!

A travel blog entry by damangela


... green, light green, dark green… There was green everywhere! Though I felt sad for the trees that were cut for farmland, I couldn’t help but appreciate the aesthetics created by wo/man. It flowed like an endless patchwork quilt comfortably draping over the rolling hills.

Added to the beauty of the landscape were its beautifully clad citizens. Regardless of being filled to overcapacity, the bus made many stops on highway, where ...

Forget the Guide Book, Stick With Local Fare

A travel blog entry by damangela


... rice here? we asked each other. I mentioned a childhood anecdote in Vietnam in attempt to make a cultural connection. As kids, the crispy rice at the bottom of the pot as a treat. This… could be similar.

The next day we went in search of a guide book recommended restaurant called Pollo a la Brasa Barcelona. Yes, chicken again, but this time rotisserie chicken! We ordered a half chicken with sides of plantain, ...


A travel blog entry by aaronandperi


... fortunately) it was just in the sand and not on anything hard so it didn't make it off the ground and instead exploded right there. It was pretty cool. 31st - NYE - we had a chilled day preparing for our big night. By 4:00 we started getting ready and drinking and claimed the good balcony spot in our hostel. We had our final moments with Sid the sloth and everyone we had met around montanita was coming to visit us. We had a crew of about 25 meeting us in our hostel ...

Bahía down the coast to Puerto Loepez

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

... are so cute and fluffy but they have really sharp nails and they scratched me. Later, we went to a playground across the street between our hostel and the beach. I liked it a lot because the ground was covered in sand. After, we went to the grocery store and I bought flip flops there. I wanted them because I only have two pairs of shoes. Later for dinner, we walked to a Mexican restaurant. Unfortunately, my meal was not very good.

Bahía de Caráquez

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... to walk all the way down the beach to where the River (Rio Chone) meets the Pacific, but we saw the sun setting on the other side of the peninsula and decided to walk across the five blocks of this narrow piece of land to watch the big red fire ball of the sun set for the day. We continued walking and stopped for the kids to play at a playground, then headed back to the hostel to relax on the balcony outside of our room and to gear up for a night out ...

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This hotel is located on km 5 1/2 Av. Cesar Ruperti, Bahia de Caraquez.
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