Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Manta Ecuador

Address: Km 1.5 Via Barbasquillo, Manta, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km 1.5 Via Barbasquillo, Manta.
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Travel Blogs from Manta

Oh Teddy, we love you!

A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 26, 2015

30 photos

... is was. The helicopter spots the tuna, the motor boats drag the nets around and the vessel in the rear hauls the catch in. Tuna appears to be big business in Manta, as we saw a giant tuna statue on a pedestal in the center of one of the roundabouts we went through that day. We had heard that Crystal Serenity even picked up about 8 or 10 fresh tuna for dinner. Sushi anyone? But that turned out not to be the case. Too bad, as it makes a good ...

Two interesting days

A travel blog entry by lynn_kate on Nov 28, 2014

3 photos

... to Manta out of my head. On the way in we saw such destruction of the land.... I (Kate) was almost in tears. I guess I should have expected it after the last couple of days of travel, but the way they have turned huge swaths of land into desolate desert was quite a shock. I was intrigued by the unique vegetation, though, and shall have to find out what those amazing twisted green trees/cacti are called.
We are here now, relaxing in ...

Our Thoughts About Manta

A travel blog entry by ecuador_expats on Nov 03, 2014

47 photos

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And I can't stop without mentioning the street venders. Some of the food being offered from those, were simple to die for. Like a huge twice baked crispy potato thingy -- crisp on the outside but without skin, filled with veggies and meat. There were various kinds of fantastic empanadas. One street vender served tasty burritos for $1.50 and NOT pre-made either -- the meat was cooked to order. We had those a few times! Unfortunately, much of ...

1 Month In San Clemente

A travel blog entry by mscarlton on Sep 14, 2014

5 comments, 88 photos

... 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 ...

Stuck in transit

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... out little information and only allowing 2 or 3 people through at a time. After about an hour of waiting, one man started asking the staff why we were being treated like cattle and when are we going to get through the door… I think they heard to tone in his voice because within about a minute all the remaining passengers were waiting in the immigration area for their passports to be stamped. Unfortunately for me, in their haste to stamp everyone’s ...