Posada Todos Santos

Address: Calle Larga 3-42 y Tomas Ordonez, Cuenca, 010150, Ecuador | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca


A travel blog entry by sting on Oct 29, 2015

Thursday, 29th, rode 4hrs to Cuenca, got a room - a little stressful as there is a big celebration in town on the weekend - but it worked out. Found a great place for Almuerzos for $2.50 and then had a local specialty called Salchipapas for $1 (fries with a sausage on top with mayo and ketchup - i skipped the mayo as I couldn't imagine that much fat.

Swimming with the Sharks!

A travel blog entry by katiehallberg on Aug 15, 2015

33 photos

... it the largest and most beautiful rocks of the 42 Rock formations. Kicker Rock ...

Adios Ecuador

A travel blog entry by macabeedorman on Jul 13, 2015

2 comments, 61 photos

... Our guide Henry was awesome, and prepared us well, but there's always that spot down deep that causes a little bit of nervousness, but that's how you get that adrenaline rush. After trekking deeper into the canyon we encounter a steeper, higher waterfall. This time we rappelled on a near vertical slope, valleys in the rock, and lots of rushing water. More adrenaline kicks in, and after a few minutes of lowering yourself, staying in canyoning position, and stabilizing on any ...

Day 247: Cuenca, Ecuador

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 14, 2015

After leaving early in the morning from the hostel I was at, I quickly found a new one. My friend from the Galapagos, Simone (Austrian), arrived in Cuenca a few hours later and got a room at the same hostel. We went out to get some lunch and then I just relaxed most of the day updating photos and blog stuff. Trying to catch up from the Galapagos has been ...


A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Feb 28, 2015

8 photos

... manufacturing from the nearby town of Montecristi. Their primary output is the Toquilla or Montecristi hat more commonly known as the Panama hat. Incorrectly named due to the fact Panama was the transit point for shipping from South to North America. So many must have fallen off the back of boat that during the construction of the Panama Canal all the workers wore them and their origin was wrongly assumed ...

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