Hotel Vistalmar

Calle M1 y Av. 24, Manta, Ecuador | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vistalmar Manta

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Travel Blogs from Manta

Stuck in transit

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... to the next stage involved navigating out of the secure area to one of the LAN service desks. Easy right? Wrong. Security only had a vague idea of what was happening and while fairly helpful had no idea where to send us even though many other passengers would have passed through before us.

The second hurdle was to get our hotel vouchers. Thankfully one of the people we were travelling with had gotten through hurdle one quickly and was able to scope out what needed to be done ...


A travel blog entry by peterandsandra on Apr 14, 2014

10 photos

... I found it hard work walking around the chairlift landing area. Thunderstorms often come in the afternoon and they close the chairlift and you have to walk down which takes about 3 hours on a muddy, slippery track. Came back to the hotel then went to the markets about 2 blocks away, so much stuff and lots the same. Had lunch then back to the hotel ...

Day 77

A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Feb 07, 2014

... Otavalo we probably would have had another one! $35.00 each for an hour (what a deal!!) and he was worth every penny. So to anyone staying at Las Palmeras Inn in Otavalo… book a massage… you won’t be disappointed. Also ask them to book Christian as your taxi driver… he speaks excellent English and is a very nice young man. That’s it for today, we are shopped out and relaxed so it is time for bed. Buenos noches!! Blog you ...

Market day in Otavalo

A travel blog entry by nomad.jess on Jan 13, 2014

8 photos

... I settled instead for a week exploring Quito and surrounds with plans to visit the market the following Saturday. However, always partial to spontaneity, when I overheard a group from my hostel mention that they were heading to the market that day (Sunday), insisting that it would still be worth going to on a Sunday, I jumped at the opportunity to make some new friends and off we went. The five of us, yes five, caught a taxi to the ...

Tuna Capital of the World

A travel blog entry by lottyh on Jan 11, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... for those beautiful alpaca sweaters. Claudia had
already given us sweaters to take home for my grandson Darell and
Dylan. She also gave me a hand embroidered table cloth and a few
other beautiful items for my daughter Charelle.

She introduced us to her Uncle Alberto
where we purchased red alpaca poncho for Bert's daughter, Heather.
We also met Claudia's sister in-law and Jaime's cousin, Luis, Richard
and Arnold as well as cousin Christian ...

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