Cocos Hotel

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

Our first couchsurfing experience in Ambato

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Oct 05, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... that this was an important and professional game. We are trying to locate him on the field, but only with a picture of facebook...Fairly complicated. Luckily he had spotted us but when you think about it not too hard : two tourists with caps, shoes and two huge bags! He came to meet us at the end of the match. Arriving home, we met his grandmother very cheerful and generous. All the second floor for us: 3 bedrooms, laundry room and ...

Andando por Los Andes: Ecuador in 1 Entry

A travel blog entry by findscore on Jul 22, 2013

87 photos

We spent 3 weeks in Ecuador, sticking mostly to the Andean Mountainous route and at times, shivering ourselves to sleep. We had a lot of adventures during such weeks, most of which were good, but some of which could only be defined as complete mishaps (to be explained later). Ecuadorians are super kind, and have a shy friendliness much like the people of El Salvador and we felt really happy being amongst the crowd. Unlike Colombia, there is a HUGE ...

No prize for coming second

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

... my legs to move they had gone to jelly and were useless, my breaks got closer and closer together, then it got to the stage where i would take 6 steps then collapse, the do it all again. The worst bit was that we were soo close just a couple of hundred metres to go, but our guide wasn't happy and we had pushed him a fair bit to get this far, was trying to call it quits earlier blaming it on the wind, but we talked him out of it. But it got to the stage were ...

Quilatoa and Riobamba

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on May 09, 2013

3 photos

Well, I take back what I said about the hacienda. Our room had a fireplace which we assumed was decorative but at 6.30 a lady came in to light a big log fire which was lovely and cosy all evening. The food and wine was excellent too. Today started fine but became very tedious. It was sunny and warm whilst we went round another local market, in Saquisili. It's really for ...

Riobamba, Rioshit

A travel blog entry by montyontheroad on Oct 30, 2012

... beyond having the will to venture out for food and couldn't be bothered attempting a dial in pizza which would have come with its own challenges no doubt. Checked out, and for the first and only time in central and south america had to pay for the wifi access. Boo.

Found the local market which normally would be a great place to get a cheap, tasty, fulfilling desayuno (breakfast). So after being enthusiastically welcomed by a portly, friendly looking middle ...