Hotel Sangay

Address: Plaza Ayora 101, Banos, Ecuador | Hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sangay Banos

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    Travel Blogs from Banos

    Adventure and action in Banos.

    A travel blog entry by ceeke on Oct 26, 2015

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    ... 6130m if I am not mistaken. The tour brought us to the highest point accessable by car at 4800m from where we walked up to 5100m to few a not so impressive laguna. But besides the laguna, everything else was impressive and as it had recently snowed the mountain was covered in snow till about 4600m down. After the walk, it was time to prepare for the bike ride down and I freaking loved it. The first few kilometres were really cool as it was on a snow covered dirth road. The ride down ...

    Endlich mal wieder Regen

    A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... stop followed at a kiosk whose owner was a friend of his. This gave us more with caramels. This region here is known for the production of caramel. As soon as I had the sweet in the mouth, I almost had a sugar rush. So what sweet I had never eaten. Jorge munching happily on his candy and I spit mine after 2 minutes in the next trash can. I do not want to go to a dentist, so I let it go with the caramel in South America. After our tour of the city, we took the bus to ...

    Day 136

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Jun 17, 2015

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    After all the cycling we had done the day before we decided to go to a spa. We thought it was a spa but it turned out to be more of a health farm that focused on developing the human spirit. It was pretty expensive for most of the treatments so we went for the mudding and steambox option for a total $25. Before we could do any of that we were given a speech on the mind, body and spirit by the owner. We were looking at each ...

    Great adrenaline rush!

    A travel blog entry by ciaralang on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... valley. We mountain biked back down from Treehuose which was fast and class. We got up early on day three to rent the mountain bikes again and go to the Paillon del Diablo waterfall. This was amazing, the waterfall was so powerfull and you could climb through all these tunnels to get under the waterfall! That evening before heading on the bus we got to try the famous taffy and sugar cane from the street stalls in the city.    ...

    Transit to Montanita

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... to kill the last half hour or so before the next bus. 1345 comes around and to get away from a few suspicious guys lurking around the waiting area, we head off to the bus stop and wait for our bus. Leesh jumps on the bus and we are back in 33 and 34 again as I stand in line to put our backpacks away in the undercarriage. Guys behind are trying to sneakily push up the outside of the line as if they wouldn't get to put their bags under and they would miss the bus. I'm getting fed up ...