Hotel Washington

Address: calle 63 y Malecon, Manta, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on calle 63 y Malecon, Manta.
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Travel Blogs from Manta

One Bad Business Plan

A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Jul 23, 2015

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... by getting our our fleece pullovers and parkas as an outer layer. When we did awake at 7 AM, Barb had 5 flea bites and I had two. We packed up and marched down to reception. Diego's wife asked what we wanted for breakfast and we said "Nothing, We need to leave now, we'll pay cash!" He called a taxi, and we waited several minutes entrapped in the perimiter fencing before he released us into the street when the taxi arrived. I said to Barbie as we enter the cab, ...

Day 16 Manta, Ecuador

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jan 26, 2015

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We dined with Rose, Bill and Elizabeth up in Tastes. We had a great time with lots of laughs. Elizabeth will be taking a side day tour up to Galapagos to see some very large turtles. She will leave at 4:15 in the morning and return to the ship by 7p. A very long day for her.

Was not able to catch the show as we were busy dining.

Tomorrow we will be in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Until next ...

Manta, Ecuador

A travel blog entry by bevanow on Jan 13, 2015

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... boat doesn't leave until hopefully find some good wifi?! Land Again!! On shore- unfortunately I'm not feeling real perky -- chest cold??...and too - I view this town as another busy port/ tuna fishing ...low standard of living, too much traffic etc..etc.. I had hoped to bus out to the Panama hat village - but I'm nor optimistic about that - and bottom line -- not feeling up to long bus ride. I'll pass. I visited the handicraft market ...

Home of the Panama Hat

A travel blog entry by forsterb on Oct 19, 2014


... what do you mean we’re here” – apparently we had arrived at the home the Panama hat maker. The process is somewhat amazing given that he uses thousands of tiny plant fibers from pods coming from twelve baha tequia plants. The shocking thing is that he makes just TWO Panama hats a year and they sell for $25,000.00 each. He receives a $350.00/month salary from a Hawaiian businessman along with a $6,000US commission from the sale ...


A travel blog entry by ecuador_expats on Oct 08, 2014

2 comments, 42 photos

... very healthy resident kitties that belong to our landlady. And one little girl is super affectionate! You can bet that Fred and I are doting on her, even allowing her to come into our place for short visits.

So anyway, this blog entry, or entries, will be a work in progress as we visit and see more of the region. Pictures will be downloaded when I am able, as our tablets probably won't be traveling around with us too often.


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