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

    Two interesting days

    A travel blog entry by lynn_kate on Nov 28, 2014

    3 photos

    ... or donkeys just in the middle of the road.
    We took a detour off the said side road and came upon what I think was one of the saddest communities we've seen. Abject poverty, people living in huts with wooden floors, no one seeming to have anywhere to go or anything to do. But at the end of the road was a beautiful view of the ocean, and a peaceful cemetery obviously well tended. Such a contrast to the homes a few metres away.

    1 Month In San Clemente

    A travel blog entry by mscarlton on Sep 14, 2014

    5 comments, 88 photos

    ... to have us participate in every event. Our favorite was Summer acting like a chicken as Owen would run across the stage to pick up a water balloon then bring it back to drop between Summer's bum and balloon belt. She would then cluck like a chicken and try to maneuver the water balloon to fall into the basket below. After a heated battle the tally was taken and Owen and Summer squeaked out a victory with 6 total "eggs" ...


    A travel blog entry by wc2016 on Aug 03, 2014

    2 photos

    Very mild in the day and freezing at night considering it is on the Equator. We went by shuttle to the market and bought up. Went to Monticristi (They say the centre of the world) to see the panama hats made and the tagua nuts made into buttons. During the building of the Panama Canal President Truman had a hat from Manta which he called the panama ...

    Highlights from my first 4 weeks in PORTOVIEJO

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

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... only about half of the group showed up (about 12 or so), so I have tried to be vigilant in informing the others of my intentions and role with ACJ. After my introduction, we played some icebreaker games, participated in some team-building exercises, and then ate some snacks before heading home. I think that most of the youth had fun, and I felt much more comfortable around them when the evening was over.

    On Friday January 24th, 2014 I had a ...

    Tuna Capital of the World

    A travel blog entry by lottyh on Jan 11, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... br> It is renowned as the centre of the Panama hat industry. Eloy
    Alfaro, the former President was born here and we saw his statue in
    the main square. His ashes are kept in the mausoleum at the Alfaro
    centre, which, on top of the hill, is a good lookout over the town
    of Montecristi.

    “He joined the mountain ranges and
    the coast by building a railroad across the country. Some people
    loved him, some people hated him It is a split. He ...