Hotel Lun Fun Manta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lun Fun Manta
Travel Blogs from Manta
... for my first American chain food in six weeks. On the way back I chatted with the driver, practicing my Spanish while he practiced his English. In the morning the owner and his wife made a big delicious breakfast and I was off to the airport for the quick flight to Quito. A quick good stay, and I recommend La Victoria if you find yourself in ...
... down the beach toward the village and I was stung on the ankle by a jellyfish, but not a big problem. A little painful but not dangerous.
When we returned to the Canoa Beach Hotel we were treated to a full American Thanksgiving feast, because the owner of the hotel is an American expat who is also an architect. The place is a marvel. We will definitely return.
At dinner, we met another Canadian (from Barrie) who had just moved ...
... occasions -- I'm taking note now -- cars stopped dead in their tracks to wave us on to cross the street.
(Update: I can now make that: 9 occasions). Will my count go up before we leave? We still have a few more days.
(Obviously then, drivers are not stressed out here, as in Cuenca.)
Good restaurants in Manta are plentiful, and I'm not just talking fish. There's all kinds -- great Tex Mex, really good pizza places, burger joints, ...
... and myself were proud parents as we got up at a normal time (1/2 6 as they call it), took two buses and then rode again in a pick up truck to finally arrive at this property that was propped up in a jungle setting and had distant views of the Pacific ocean. This Children's Home (orphanage) was amazing and had a powerful impact on us. We spent the day learning about the details of this organization while hanging out ...
... plane, so we were able to feel some of the bumps, especially when we flew over some of the higher hills close to Quito. Our flight to Lima wasn’t scheduled until around 8pm, so after checking in and clearing immigration (where for some reason they didn’t like the stamp I got when we were cleared us off the ship, something about it being too faint and needing to photocopy it so that it was darker for their records), we opted to fork out $28 to get ...