Casa Ceibo

Address: km 5 1/2 Av. Cesar Ruperti, Bahia de Caraquez, 11111, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on km 5 1/2 Av. Cesar Ruperti, Bahia de Caraquez.
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      Travel Blogs from Bahia de Caraquez

      Bahia de Caraquez

      A travel blog entry by ecuador_expats on Oct 21, 2014

      27 photos

      ... maybe because for 50 cents you can be tranported anywhere in town, on what we were told are called triciculos -- three wheeled bicycles that seat two passengers in front? Okay, so they're cute.

      The real estate isn't cheap either. We got a price on two different oceanfront condos that were for sale -- $250,000, and another for $300,000.

      On a high note, there is Coco Bongo. It is ...

      Holiday within a holiday

      A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa on Jul 30, 2014

      1 comment

      ... on the other side of the island and it was breeding time so they couldn't be disturbed! After a walk around the island we got to go snorkelling with some amazing fish in the clear waters, we saw plenty of turtles from the boat but the place we went diving at didn't have any but the fish made up for it. Then it was time for the boat ride back and we were all hoping we would get to see whale... and we weren't disappointed! We had one jump right out of the water ...

      Last morning's thoughts

      A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters on Apr 24, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... as if I am ready to rust already - I can't imagine living in this humidity for ever.

      Poverty. It is real here. So many of the villages have no paved roads. So many of the homes have no glass in their windows - maybe a blanket or towel as a curtain. I've seen many homes that don't even have doors! Many homes in the jungle didn't have electricity. The outhouse is still a functioning part of life here. Our host in the jungle told me that ...

      About Surfing and Montazuma's Revenge...

      A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters on Apr 23, 2014

      8 photos

      ... so she was happy to make up veggie wraps for Morganne and I. She came to visit with us as our meal was being prepared. I told her I wasn't feeling well and she immediately prescribed lime in my room temperature water and chew a few pieces of mint after I ate. Just having good food again helped my stomach somewhat, then her remedy seemed to help a bit more. We ordered deserts and stayed and just relaxed for a little bit. It was a very pleasant place to sit in ...

      A Different Rhythm of Life

      A travel blog entry by turkeytrotters on Apr 22, 2014

      6 photos

      ... back to the beach, took off our shoes and strolled back towards our hostel. Morganne began walking in the waves, then slowly went in deeper and deeper. By the time we got to our Hostel, she was jumping in the waves and enjoying the surf. Jeff and I continued to stroll on the beach - watching the sand crabs scamper sideways. When we got back to our hostel, we grabbed hammocks and Jeff and I rested in the thatched roofed gazebo - swinging gently while Morganne borrowed ...