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TripAdvisor Reviews Huaorani Ecolodge Yasuni National Park
Travel Blogs from Yasuni National Park
... her for some help but she protests with exaggerated anger pointing at her notebook as she rails at her Grandmother in Spanish. Her eyes flash, her movements are quick, her disgust with Grandma is palpable.
My companions are not down from their room and it is after 5. I knock on their door. Yes they had fallen asleep. Kids today! A hike and a hot-tub and they are all tuckered out. Off we go the thermal baths in the park. $8.00 is the entrance fee but ...
... s most destructive of it's thirty volcanoes, and is the highest active volcano in the world. It has had at least 10 major eruptions since 1742, and is responsible for repeatedly destroying the town of Latacunga nearby. It is an amazing sight with it's snow capped crater, unfortunately it is not too often the volcano is completely cloud free!
Our stay here was great.....I've asked a fellow traveler to "photo shop' us in one of his waterfall ...
... We told our server that we wanted to go to the Hilton in Colon and she immediately asked if we wanted to pay by cash or credit card and since we wanted to use cash she simply issued a receipt for USD26 and told us to pay the driver that amount. Outside there was a taxi captain managing the long line of yellow cabs: he allocated us one and we were immediately on the way. Most of the drive in from this new airport was on dual carriageway with the last quarter of the ...
... since I'd gotten 'on it' so to speak, so in the afternoon the next day I couldn't help the urge, and so it was, some dirty bird (KFC) was to be my first meal of the year. It also turns out Quito is dead on new years day, so after a wander we could chill, guilt free, before our night bus that would be taking us to Lago Agrio at the entrance to the Amazon where we would beheading into the jungle.
Happy new year, and until next time have a good one
... the education of its people. The local community holds regular council meetings during which every resident has a say in how the lodge is run and how the profits are invested. Everyone in the community has an equal opportunity to work at the lodge for a period of time on a rotational basis. Those who demonstrate a passionate work ethic are rewarded with additional biology training and schooling to learn English in the U.S. ...