Hotel Amira In Salinas, Ecuador

Address: Eloy Alfaro, (b/w 4th & 5th St) in Chipipe sector, Salinas, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Eloy Alfaro, (b/w 4th & 5th St) in Chipipe sector, Salinas.
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    Travel Blogs from Salinas

    No caramba at Riobamba

    A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 22, 2015

    ... relatively rich farmland with potatoes and other vegetable crops and cattle much in evidence. The bus station was clean and well-organised and we easily booked tickets for tomorrow's much longer journey to Cuenca. Outside we hailed a taxi and the first to stop was driven by a woman who inspected the hotel address we showed her as if it was somewhere on the moon to judge by the head-shaking and mumbling. Her opening bid was for US$10 - outrageously ...

    Carnival, day three

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Mar 03, 2014

    26 photos

    ... to the batter stall and bought another two. This time they had added a couple of small chunks of white cheese to the middle of each, but surprisingly (considering the batter was sweet) it still went well with the batter. Then I had to start thinking about getting back to Baņos so I walked back through the main square, passing a stall next to the concert stage where a man was stretching glass bottles by melting and pulling the neck of each to make vases.

    We lost our passports...

    A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Oct 01, 2013

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... very organised, with touts shouting "Quito Quito Quito Quito Quito Quito!" To erase any confusion, and the buses are (so far at least) always on time. We've arrived in Cuenca, and will report back soon.

    Final thought - Sar is thinking of making a patchwork quilt using fabrics from the places we visit, but is on the fence because she's not sure we'll like it once we're home. What do you think? Or any other ideas for fabric-based nostalgia creations?

    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

    Measured from the earth's core, the volcano Chimbarazo can lay claim to being the highest mountain in the world. In a further ingenious piece of marketing, the Ecuadorian tourist board declare its' summit to be, ' nearest point on earth to the sun' . Situated slap bang in the middle of Ecuador, we have spent almost a week trying to get more than a glimpse of its' slopes. It seems that October and November are known as 'the small ...