Address: Av. Sixto Duran Ballen, Bahia de Caraquez, 13020604, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Sixto Duran Ballen, Bahia de Caraquez.
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    Travel Blogs from Bahia de Caraquez

    Canoa, I'll definitely return

    A travel blog entry by kerry.ward on Mar 19, 2015

    11 photos

    ... are resisting, and I hope that's true. Also, there's now a good mix of locals and gringos, but I worry as more people like me mention Canoa it will become another Monta˝ita. So forget what I've written and strike it off your bucket list. Thanks.

    A Few Places of Note
    - Surf Shak. The main meeting place for gringos and the obligatory first stop for most of us. Happy hour is good for strong Cuba Libres, trivia night is a lot of fun, and there's pretty good ...

    Day in Canoa

    A travel blog entry by gse_ecuador2015 on Feb 20, 2015

    4 photos

    ... lunch we walked through the town to a local restaurant. We were served either shrimp or fish soup and then had beans, rice, fish, salad, and plantains. Also many people bought a nearby venders coconut water which was amazing. After lunch we headed back to our beach spot and continued on with our activities. Some went swimming and others went back into to town and got henna. We watched ...

    Mangrove Reforestation Day

    A travel blog entry by gse_ecuador2015 on Feb 18, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... before the locals today. We had a tour guide who only spoke Spanish (Big Surprise!) so two students helped translate, more or less successfully. It was a good opportunity for everyone to practice their Spanish. After the tour we walked to a store called Tia and had 10 minutes to shop. Most of us got snack food and drinks. Luckily, their were also such luxury items such as more shampoo and hair brushes. We returned back to the house (taking the short ...

    Back to Bahía

    A travel blog entry by gse_ecuador2015 on Feb 17, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... to why forest matter! We learned that 98% of dry forests have been deforested due to the fact that the forest provides many resources for humans.
    The third day at La Punta Gorda we succesfully planted 200 trees of about ten diiferent species. After another long days work we resided in the warm ocean, where we threw a Wawoba and body surfed. It would be common to hear "┐VP, donde esta la pelota?" After dinner we were taught what it takes to start a fire with ...

    Spanish Lessons At The Beach

    A travel blog entry by mscarlton on Sep 08, 2014

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... back and forth in between crashing waives and it would eventually get to a point were they would face the bow west and hit the gas. Yes indeed 3/4 of the boat would be air born as the propeller would thrust them forward. The kids also saw there first big turtle which was unfortunately resting on the beach due to an injury. We felt confident that she would be swimming again soon.
    We could have stayed ...