Hotel Club del Sol

Address: Atacames, Ecuador | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Atacames

    Ten days in Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... comfy and new). Immediately we were won over by Montanita's charms- it's a cool little surf town with pleasant surroundings and was clearly full of gringos (mainly Aussie and American) enjoying the lovely warm climate and perfect beach. After a day wandering round and bobbing about in the sea we decided to move to a nicer hostel and then went whale watching as it sounded decent- late in the season but worth it still apparently. It definitely was as we saw quite a few ...

    Monkeying around at Merazonia

    A travel blog entry by ricnkate on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... to a specific diet for each type of animal. We would then seperate the monkeys, clean the enclosures (hard work!) and set out fresh food. After a second breakfast, we would do chores or one of the two bird rounds - ībig birdsī (with the macaws etc and the Guatin - definitely worth Googling a picture of this cute little rodent) or īsmallī (with the smaller parrots and the kinkajous). After a long break for lunch, we would repeat the same round as the morning, finishing around ...

    Across Ecuador with Angela and Bernard

    A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... and crafts. After a lot of wandering we found a cheap local restaurant serving a menu del dia so grabbed some food and then jumped back on the bus to Quito before it got dark. Angela didn't feel very well, so we went back to their hotel for her to rest, seeing some dancing in the street outside a church for a religious celebration with people in brightly coloured dresses on the way back which was great.

    The next day we arrived back at A&B hotel to find that Angela ...

    Snakes in the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by kildala on Aug 25, 2014


    ... to pick up a really big rock with both hands., after my two or three glasses of wine earlier it seemed reasonable enough. I walked close as I could to the snake and with both hands tossed the rock right on it. I knocked it off of the top ledge and on to the lower step. “is it gone? Elizabeth called out. I don’t know I can’t see it. I replied. Fortified with the three or four glasses of wine I gripped my trusty reading light and ...


    A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 09, 2014

    Back on the road. Abbe and I paid $10 for a taxi to take us to the station at La Cumbre. The taxi wound through back streets and passed parks were people were running on paved paths. The size of Quito continues to unfold. The bus station itself appeared new. Wide glass doors opened to small stalls were one could buy food for the journey. Upstairs booths helped travelers determine their destination. We bought two tickets for Latachanga at $1.50 apiece. We ...