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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Volcano Hotel Banos
Travel Blogs from Banos
... Eoin and Daniel and saw a firework display that was to celebrate 100 years of the local primary school. The next day the weather was much better. We got up early to go cayoning. We went with a company called MTS who were amazing. We even had a practice on the climbing wall by the office and learned to be good at cayoning and rappelling we had to be good monkeys! The cayoning was in Rio Blanco and we had such a laugh absailing and rapelling ...
... scenery I've ever seen. We saw mountains, frogs, crazy plant life, and some of the over 800 lakes that make up "El Cajas." They told us most people aren't allowed to go to the places they took us because it's off trail and you need a guide. In other words, normally you have to pay but we just got lucky and tagged along with a couple rangers doing their daily rounds. We saw all sorts of wild animal excrement but unfortunately we never saw any llamas, ...
Yesterday, I was up by 6:30 and on a bus to Baños by 7:30. The whole trip between the two buses took about 5 hours. When I arrived, I went to the hostel that Tahnee, Jack, Corey, and Elli were staying at and booked a single room. As I came downstairs, the crew happened to be going out so we said our "hellos" and then headed out to take a bus to La Casa del Árbol. Side note: Baños is a touristy area in Ecuador known for it's scenery, waterfalls, 5 different hot ...
... 2 USB's. It didn't take long and only cost us 45 cents! After our jobs were done we went back to the room to have a good catch up with Lo, although the internet was rather frustrating at the start. We had another nice dinner at our hotel, amongst another full house of locals and other travellers. We booked some accommodation for tomorrow night in Guayaquil then called it a ...
... Our guide appeared to be bored and we didn't really think the city needed a bus tour as most of the cool buildings are very central. Perhaps a walking tour would have been a better option. At the end of our tour we were stuck in traffic so our guide gave us the option to vacate early which we did, and made our way to the 9 de Agosto market (9 of August) for lunch and fruit. On our way out we stumbled upon a Panama hat museum and shop which was very ...