Travel Blogs from Banos
we arrived at 1:30ish at our hotel in Banņos. I toured around the city a bit and got a bite to eat. Baņos is famous for itīs waterfalls, hotsprings, and spas. I have been to one waterfall so far. It is almost 5pm and the sun is still shining and high in the sky. the trip here was amazing.
well....I should go and enjoy the city while itīs …
... to the treehouse and had the most amazing uninterrupted view of the volcano. There was a swing that hung pretty sketchily off the side of a cliff and took some photos which was amazing. Again the scenery was stunning which is pretty hard to get away from in Ecuador. On the way down one of the girls, Jenny wanted to drive and I have never been so petrified in my life. Literally was seconds from immediate death. I knew we were in trouble when she took the ...
Yesterday we figured we would try to hike a bit up to one of the many waterfalls around this town. We headed up toward the same signs we had been following yesterday, that read "aguacatal." I repeatedly looked for the translation of this word on my Google translator, but was unable to find it. Nevertheless, the picture on the sign was of a mountain and a man who appeared to be hiking. We figured it was a hiking sign, and continued to follow it, ...
... i'd been excited about it for months..however, the reality was that we picked a day when it literally poured.so there was us speeding downhill on bikes without mud guards(don't worry mum we had helmets!) so road spray was going everywhere-rain so hard we could barely open ours eyes and also 'all down hill' had been a complete lie. Despite this we tried to see the funny side and we did get to cycle right past some ...
... I started my day by eating the delicious free breakfast consisting of eggs, whole grain baguettes, coffee, and a large bowl of mixed fruit. After this I left the hostel as I had many things to do ranging from getting out money, dropping off my laundry across the street, buying snacks for my overnight bus, and taking some photos of the city. After finishing these items I walked to the local indoor mercado or market where I had lunch. While having lunch there were a couple young boys ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed