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

      Our first couchsurfing experience in Ambato

      A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... au site couchsurfing. Un jeune équatorien de 23 ans a gentillement accepté. Nous l'avons rejoint à un match de basketball, nous nous rendons vite compte que c'est un jeu important et surtout professionnel. Nous essayons de le localiser sur le terrain mais seulement avec une photo de facebook... Sacré challenge. Heureusement il nous avait repéré. En même temps pas compliqué, deux touristes ...

      We lost our passports...

      A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Oct 01, 2013

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... for small change, all the time. $50 dollar notes are unusable, and best taken to the bank to be broken down, even $20s are received rather frostily. The game seems to be "what is the largest note I can use here, to generate the most useful change" - not many card machines either!

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      Hiking and biking on Chimborazo

      A travel blog entry by candcthai on Jun 16, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... appetising! We pass through a few of these villages managing to avoid the drunk pedestrians and eventually, 35kms later, we arrive back in a small village which is just packing up after its fiesta. For a small village they have clearly been doing a lot of celebrating!

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      No prize for coming second

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

      ... track thinned out where the rock was covered in ice, so it was super slippery, we persisted in this for a while but then the guide instructed us to put our crampons on, well he put them on for us, i had no idea how to and there was no chance i was taking my gloves off it was pretty cold and that wind would cause frost bite pretty quickly. Once we got our crampons on, i got a very brief lesson on how to walk in them correctly, pretty funny, a brief 1 ...

      Three Gringos in Riobamba

      A travel blog entry by freedomfestival on Apr 15, 2013

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      ... alpacas. The whole area was a picturesque landscape of rolling green hills. We took our time taking it all in but soon our ride would end in the small town of San Juan where we put our bikes onto the 4x4 and made our way back to Riobamba. It was a great day out and a brilliant way to spend my birthday. The next day we missioned off to the bus station to continue our journey south but this time we needed to get across the border into Peru to the small surfing town called ...