La Casa Verde- Eco Hostel
Travel Blogs from Banos
We're sitting on the porch of our cabana by the pool enjoying a morning cuppa and determined to catch up on some postings today. We're in a way-fun never-seen-a-place-like-this-before kind of town that I just can't get into yet--I still have to tell you about a fun day we had in Banos before we went to the jungle.
See? Waaay behind. …
One of the greatest things about this is the people we meet. They have a certain something about them. It's more than a curiosity--it's like a drive to actually see and taste for themselves what's out here.
Sometimes they're searching for something inside themselves. But because we live in such a wonderful country, most of us are content …
I was a bit hesitant about travelling on the 14th as I'd had another dodgy stomach night, a bit of a recurring theme in Cuenca, but decided to pop a couple of imodium to get me through the journey!
The drive from Cuenca to Baņos is very scenic but tiring as the driver kerb crawled through every town to drum up as much business as possible …
Banos is a beautiful small town known for itīs rolling hillsides, waterfall alley and most of all itīs relaxation and massages (to which we made the most of during our stay).
We were lucky enough to stay in the most comfortable "hostel" which was really one of the most beautiful family homes we have stayed in, built and owned by a lovely …
We Arrived in Banos late in the evening and headed straight to the hostel we were staying at. Although itīs called a hostel, it felt more like a really nice bed and breakfast. The name of the hostel is La Casa Verde and they pride themselves on being an eco friendly place so the food was all organic and any waste was recycled. The owners …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Our favorite place in the 5 weeks we've been in Ecuador. Great people--Rebecca and Douglas are awesome and truly concerned about the environment. They've made a practicing eco hostel that's warm and inviting with impeccably clean rooms and comfy beds. See my blog for more info---I went on and on I loved them so.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.