Huasquila Amazon Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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All we wanted to do for a couple of days is eat everything, dry everything and have hot showers. The small town of Tena 45 minutes from Jatun Sacha on the way back to Quito was a great place to do all of this, it had everything we needed and easy to get around. We had delicious pizza on the ...
Our friend in Ecuador recommended this little spot in the jungle, at $30 each per day including meals it sounded right up our alley. We booked for 10 days, it may have been a few days to many as the food was awful and their was barely any wildlife. The place itself is beautiful, we spent many a lazy afternoon swaying peacefully in the hammocks enjoying the serenity of the jungle. We met some great people Ash, Sam, Cal, Steven, Milo, Gus and Amy, Alejandro the ...
... Jatun Sacha is technically considered to be in the area of the Amazon rainforest. If you can recall the picture from the very first entry of this blog, then you can easily see that Ecuador really is comprised of four very different worlds, and Jatun Sacha has a reserve in each one. As of now we’ve been to the Amazon (Jatun Sacha), the Andes (Guandera), and the Pacific Coast (Bilsa), and only the Galápagos Islands remain.
The Jatun Sacha foundation has ...
I snapped out of some unconscious dwall.
My first observation as I returned to myself from the depths of the unknown was that I was pacing, up and down, up and down. Pacing in a one by four meter bedroom takes roughly four steps each way. Which would explain why I was dizzy.
How did I even get here, the last thing I remember was sitting at my desk planning for the ...
... We saw lots of strange insects and spiders plus incredible flora and fauna. A highlight was seeing a hummingbird, they are beautiful birds. We swam at a waterfall then went tubing down a river before heading back to the lodge for lunch. The food in the jungle was absolutely scrumptious, our second lunch was an amazing vegetable rice dish followed by papaya. After lunch we had a craft class, where we made traditional bracelets made from ...