Alandaluz Hosteria y Pueblo Ecologico

Address: Ruta del Sol - Machalilla, Manta, Ecuador | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located on Ruta del Sol - Machalilla, Manta.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Alandaluz Hosteria y Pueblo Ecologico Manta

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    Travel Blogs from Manta

    Puerto Cayo

    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Aug 07, 2015

    8 photos

    ... went on, so did our mundane jobs. I was really ****** off about cleaning up after Mike. I couldn't believe how dirty and messy one man could be. It was revolting. I was starting to come to the realization that myself and Mike were not going to get on. Our personalities were already clashing. Clash of personalities, a man that lived like little pig and the fact that he was sexist was a clear indication that our time together would be very limited. I mean seriously, I know ...

    One Bad Business Plan

    A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Jul 23, 2015

    16 photos

    Barb and I wanted to visit the west coast. We flew in to Manta, Ecuador after dark. We had perviously made reservations with a hotel and used our credit card to secure the reservation. Barb had checked it out on the net and it had a good review. Upon arrival at the airport we were greeted with some signage related to both Chikunguya and Ebola. The Ebola signs just warned people who have been to west Africa to report symptoms. The Chikunguya warnings said to wear ...

    Oh Teddy, we love you!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 26, 2015

    30 photos

    ... less. In this case, we ran into a couple, Tom and Sandy from Cincinnati, getting off the same time we were and ended up sharing a cab with them. We headed for Montecristi, saw the town, went to the local church, visited the craft market in front of the church, bought Panama hats and got back to the ship in 2 hours. Cost? $40 or $10 per person. Of course, we didn’t get to the museum and didn’t have the guided tour one had with ...

    Pacoche Park

    A travel blog entry by ecuador_expats on Oct 20, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... not bad either. Boots or shoes that are good for walking in mud, are necessary. While it was raining in Pacoche, it was sunny in Manta. Pacoche took about 40 minutes by bus from Manta and cost $1.00. Let the bus driver know that you want to be let out at Pacoche.

    A guide is not needed for about half of the traiI. But for the second half, they want everyone to go with a guide--if there is one available. It's $10.00 for 5 people for the guide. ...

    Highlights from my first 4 weeks in PORTOVIEJO

    A travel blog entry by lara.franko on Feb 07, 2014

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... punctual person, so this cultural difference has been a bit difficult for me to adjust to because I always arrive on time, but then I am left waiting for at least 30 minutes before things actually get started). Anyway, once the evening finally got started, I made sure to introduce myself, where I am from, and what I am doing at ACJ. I feel as though it is very important for me to make my intentions clear so that no one is confused by my presence ...