Hotel Monte Selva
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of kilometers up the mountain to a viewpoint and then continue to a resort with rooftop pools. So we marched, upwards and onwards through some very steep grounds, stopping to catch our breath (Stefanie could have done it all without stopping). We made it after about an hour, pretty good time, and admired the view for quite a while until we departed once again for the resort. This kept going on an on, up through thick terrain of trees ...
... to end up in Banos, with no trouble at all really. It is right by an active volcano that erupted in August of 2006, named Taranghua. It is still quite active apparently. It spewed lava in 2011 but this was not a full eruption, as in 2006. There are volcano evacuation routes signed throughout Banos. We just walked around as we arrived around 3. We attempted to find a waterfall on the west end of town but somehow failed in this, as a I clearly didn't read ...
Re Ecuador Sur
March 20th 2015
TRAVEL TO THE SOUTH, BANOS, RIOBAMBA, CUENCA, LOJA
I'm behind on the blogging and may not catch up.
I left Tena on a whim. Time to leave, was the thought. I left.
Banos is a beautiful part of the world. Mountains and a fairly active volcano rise up several thousand feet from the edge of town. I took a pic of a 200 foot waterfall and the falls look to be the size of a trickle. The town ...
Yesterday, I slept late and ate more encebollado. I woke up sick and it lasted all day. I've been running to the bathroom once every hour. I relaxed most of the day at the hostel and at night I went out with a new friend named Gaby who I met through a dating app. We went out to La Foch and got some drinks and then she came back to the hostel to smoke and chat. After she canned it back to her place I ...
... and all of the streets are running up and down the sides of ... basically... volcanos. So, these lowlanders from Toronto had a bit of a challenge with the climbs, but we saw cyclists of all ages powering up the hills. Boy, do we need to do some training!
But the weather is beautiful - about 18C, with a mixture of sun and cloud. Warm enough to be comfortable, ...