Hotel Zeus Internacional
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... an incredible experience. We had to get all suited up in a wet suit, helmet, straps, shoes and water jackets before heading up the side of the mountain. We repelled down 1 waterfall that was 100+ feet high. This place is so tropical and the people are very nice. We made an Ecuadorian friend who was showing his friend from Spain around and we got a ride with him to the swing after meeting them for lunch. In the evening ...
... valley. The changing waterflows suddenly turn small streams into strong waterfalls and at unexpected places the mud is spit out by the mountain where before there was only grass, trees and bushes. They now lie on the road among rocks and sand. A battlefield. It has stopped raining. As we pass, bulldozers and shovels are clearing the road in several places, many other spots have already been done or are awaiting their turn. Tape or stones are indicating pieces of the road ...
... because the spray from the falls is everywhere and doesn't take long to soak you, secondly, to have any chance of getting back up the stairs in the allotted 25 minutes.
We make it back to the top, shattered, out of breath and with legs made of jelly.
We climb aboard the Chiva and head back to Baņos. The Chiva plays loud Latino music, for no reason other than it can, or perhaps just so that other vehicles can hear it coming... from a few miles ...
... types of flora and fauna. I think the guide said something like 600 different species every hectare but not exactly sure on that from memory. Here we saw loads more birds insects, spiders and frogs. We couldn’t fin the Ecuadorian poison dart frog which was a bit of a disappointment but that’s nature for ya! We saw some jungle pig traces but couldn’t see it nearby although the trail was fresh. Think their pretty dangerous anyway. We ...
... which I thought meant "bathroom," I'm told actually means "bath," and the town of Banos gets its name from the thermal springs which dot the valley below the volcano. We had to pass through several very long tunnels bore straight through the mountains to reach the valley. To our surprise, as we emerged from the second of three tunnels, the rain had stopped. Evidently the mountain was a natural barrier and we had passed above the showers. We had also entered ...
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