Hotel Monte Selva
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Banos
I woke up Thursday morning cheerful and excited for my Spanish school's weekly evening salsa class. I love to dance, and have been drawn to salsa ever since I met Orlay (from Cuba) and David (from Spain), two pianists who studied at Yale School of Music while I was completing my B.A. in Humanities and M.M. in oboe performance through Yale's five- …
... center together. It was fun to get to spend time with all of them as we traveled and walked around enjoying the art and experience of life music, lots of people and rain. I am sad that as I have finally gotten accustomed to this city and country it is almost time to leave. Next weekend we have a trip to the Amazon and the next weekend we leave. I know Cusco will be another amazing experience but I am definitely going to be sad to leave this place and these people.
... on which three pretty normal Ecuadorians were sat. They pointed over the edge and asked us if we wanted to jump. We soon realised when we saw a small wooden platform sticking out of the side of the bridge that they wanted us to bungee jump. The whole thing looked very dodgy and we made a hasty exit!
But we didn't give up on the idea of getting the adrenaline pumping completely. As her present to me, Kelly booked us in for an afternoon of ...
... to clean up for dinner and found a little restaurant to eat at. After dinner, we set out on the town to hit up the bars and "discotecas" where our group of more than 15 white girls (lots of blondes too) brought in hoards of local guys. All the bars didn't mind tending to our large group seeing as we brought them lots of business from the locals as well.
The next day, many from ...
HIGHLIGHTS FROM WEEK 6 in Ecuador
Tuesday October 1st, 2013
I had such a long day! After another theory and philosophy filled Ecuador Seminar
class, I had a two-hour break before I had to return to school to watch a
documentary called “Under Rich Earth” – a film about the struggle against
mining in the region of Intag in Ecuador (to prepare us for our Intag field