Hotel Club del Sol
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... thirty mInutes or so of this hell passed by and every time I tried to take photos of the wide and rapid Rio Pastaza (a tributary of the Amazon) his gesticulating hands always seemed to be in the middle of the picture. After three repeats of his family history and how unspoilt the Amazon area was and what beautiful orchids there were growing there and vivid descriptions of the three cascadas on the Rio Pastaza . . . he eventually departed into one of the ...
... Then they started charging the tourists to come and watch, too. The people in Banos love their volcano.
The guidebooks that I've read downplay the dangers of hanging out in the armpit of an active volcano. "Just listen for the alarms", the books say, "Be ready to follow the locals on the evacuation routes." There ARE evaculation route signs all over the streets but I'm not sure they really go anywhere. I have ...
... her friends as the scientists deemed necessary, she was killed, too, so she didn't have too much time to dwell on her actions.
Same with some burros on another island.
(There was a little burro hitched up and working at the sugar cane/coffee farm we visited. When I saw him I pointed and yelled, "A burro! Shoot it!" which earned me some dirty looks from our group who clearly did not understand the danger this little burro represented because they ...
... They also have a wide variety of jewelry, wood, stone carvings, and woven clothing for sale. I bought a couple things for my friends and a couple things for me. Later that night, I flew out home. After visiting Ecuador and leaning the culture, its made me want to return some day and show my friends and family everything I ...
... bus, and could see a guy waiting outside a wooden house, this must be Mike the project owner. He welcomed me into the house, where a pack of dogs where also eager to welcome me, some a little crazily so. I put my bags down, then Mike gave me a quick tour of the house, and the garden area, most importantly the outdoor toilet and shower, with water straight from the river not far away. We walked around the front garden for a while, and Mike explained about the different ...