Flor de Oriente

Maldonado y Ambato, Banos, Ecuador | Hotel
 

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Fun in Baños

A travel blog entry by fionamary

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... the very narrow road so we could go back to save it - Danny unhooked its tail from the barbed wire while the cow looked at him as if to say "what are you doing you strange man? Get off my tail". We all found the entire situation highly amusing, I don't even think its tail was stuck! I was in disbelief that the driver actually turned the bus around for us to do this! Anyway, after this surreal event some people went to the natural hot springs (I stayed at the ...

Good bye forest, hello tourist town

A travel blog entry by benschulz01

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I really didn't sleep well the last night in the jungle. The rain stopped but the wind blew hard all night. The hut had two private rooms. I occupied one and Patricia, a dentist from Australia, had the other. Later on in the day she asked me if it felt like the structure swayed in the night...it felt like it. The one benefit to all the wind was that everything that was wet dried up overnight. The wind wasn't all...those damn roosters crowed at 1:30, 2:30, 4:00, and 5:00 am. The dogs ...

Two Weeks Living in a Zoo

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures

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... undertaking the mammoth task of feeding all the animals in the zoo. And there are a lot of animals in the zoo. There are two kites, a whole lot of macaws, loras and other parrots, some kind of Andean bird related to a turkey, four crocs, loads of turtles, two boa constrictors, two groups of capuchins, two spider monkeys, a tamarin, seven cuchuchos (coatis), two cabeza de mates, a Huron, two little baby mapaches, a cusumbo (kinkajou), a bunch of capybaras, three varieties ...

Banos

A travel blog entry by therapat

... the bus for our drive to Banos! Upon arrival in Banos we were greeted by taxis who took us to the swing off the edge of the earth. Our Contiki tour manager must have said 50 times not to do it but after seeing the photo-everyone wanted to! We got up to the top of casa del arbol where a guy built a crazy swing for his kids which has now become a tourist attraction! We headed onto the swing but our photos weren't very good because in the ...

The sea, the sea!!

A travel blog entry by traliela

When we left Cusco, we decided to leave the Andes finally behind us. We were headed for the coast but first stopped in Huacachina, in the desert region of Peru. Huacachina is a tiny village that comes right out of a cartoon, since it's located at an oasis surrounded by magnificant sand dunes. Since it's so small we didn't stay more than one night, but we couldn't leave before experiencing the dunes in a nervewrecking buggyride. Our buggydriver took ...

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