Casa Ceibo

Address: km 5 1/2, Sixto Duran Ballen Ave., Bahia de Caraquez, 121101, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on km 5 1/2, Sixto Duran Ballen Ave., Bahia de Caraquez.
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    Travel Blogs from Bahia de Caraquez

    Canoa, I'll definitely return

    A travel blog entry by kerry.ward on Mar 19, 2015

    11 photos

    ... me a pot of boiling hot water that I soaked for an hour, which did wonders. After a couple hours I barely noticed it, although after 3 weeks there's still a lump on the bottom of my foot that sometimes itches madly. I envision it continuing to grow and a baby stingray eventually popping out.

    After two strikes I was leery of going back in the water, but it was too nice to resist. Floating around naked very late one night I pictured the opening scene in Jaws ...

    Day in Canoa

    A travel blog entry by gse_ecuador2015 on Feb 20, 2015

    4 photos


    Today we woke up to the sounds of roosters and ukeleles. We went down for breakfast and were treated to banana pancakes that were pure mashed bananas fried, with fruit salad. We then boarded a bus and drove to Canoa, which is a coastal town across the bay from Bahia. We spent the day in the water, and frying in the sun. We surfed and boogie boarded and shopped at street ...

    Mangrove Reforestation Day

    A travel blog entry by gse_ecuador2015 on Feb 18, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos


    Today was our first official full day in Bahia. The day began as usual: everyone slowly rolling out of bed at around 7:00 A. M. to the sweet soundtrack of dogs and roosters (sarcasm). We began the day with a breakfast and a walk down to town. First we (finally) took our smelly clothes to the Laundromat. We then walked into downtown to go to the Bahia Museum, where we learned about the history of the area and the indigenous people who ...

    Back to Bahía

    A travel blog entry by gse_ecuador2015 on Feb 17, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... where we bought Helado de Chocolate, and saw the warm Pacific Ocean. After a long day, we took an autobus to La Punta Gorda (The fat point aka the beach reserve), where we set up camp, swam in the Ocean and watched a beautiful Ecuadorian sunset.
    Upon waking up to the whispers of the ocean and the sound of Ricky's ukelele we ventured out into El Bosque Seco (The Dry Forest) for the first time, to "Plant Hella Trees." After a long days work Ricky and Steven ...


    A travel blog entry by lynn_kate on Nov 28, 2014

    1 photo

    ... home of one of the Aussie couples- it is just a few km downturn road.They have been here 18 months and live on the beach. I am sure Kate has different thoughts on all of this as we were not always involved in the same conversations.
    She is off down the beach this morning with the girl from Bolivia- the bartender at the hotel runs a yoga class - the two of them headed out to participate in class.