Cocos Hotel

Address: Av. Malecon de Salinas y Calle Fidon Tomala (esquina), Salinas, 09015657, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Av. Malecon de Salinas y Calle Fidon Tomala (esquina), Salinas.
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      Travel Blogs from Salinas

      No caramba at Riobamba

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 22, 2015

      ... br> Back at the hotel I was able to use one of the two computers provided for guests to back up the photos from the small camera to the portable hard drive but the Ubuntu (free open source) software they had installed would not recognise the large camera at all and there was no software that could be used to compress the photo files for use on the web - and so another blog entry went up without illustrations. Just goes to prove Microsoft isn't all bad.
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      Las Montañas

      A travel blog entry by kelsheffern on Jan 22, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... refreshed by the ice cold water and to clean off some of the mud (it was really hot here today by the way).


      Our guide told us that if we didn't want to have to climb the same wall back down where we had to use the rope, the only way to go around it was to go in the river. So in the river we went, water up to our knees soaking our hiking boots and socks...so much for trying to keep my ...

      Get Lost !!

      A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Sep 28, 2013

      12 photos

      Miles 165 Total 17,630
      Not a great day !! The Garmin GPS maps of Central & South America I bought before I left excluded certain countries including Ecuador. Paul, the Dutchie, dowloaded one he used which was useful up north. However, it struggles to recognise cities and towns in the south and so it proved today. I had set a course but,Tech & I, it took me on a fantastic route along a valley climbing steadily then over mountains ...

      No prize for coming second

      A travel blog entry by tom.deluca on Jun 07, 2013

      ... in broken english in the dark on icy rocks, i reckon i got the gist of it, just double check your footing was the essentials.

      Now that i was full bottle on how to climb, we did just that. I was tied off between the guide and brock as brock has climbed a few mountains before so he's an 'expert'. We climbed for ages and the ground was slowly getting more and more snow covering the rocks which made it somewhat easier to climb. The problem was that i ...

      Desperately Seeking Chimborazo by Judith

      A travel blog entry by weemcd on Nov 08, 2011

      8 photos

      ... We have booked a downhill bike trip tomorrow which takes us up as high as the first climbing refuge on Chimbarazo, so fingers crossed for some good weather. And yes, this time we have checked the small print. We only have 4 km of uphill cycling and 37km of downhill to do.

      Postscript: Summit seen from town this morning! Unfortunately we had chosen today as a rest day. We can only hope that the weather holds until ...