Huasquila Amazon Lodge

Address: Huasquila Rd Km 3.5, Cotundo, Ecuador | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Huasquila Rd Km 3.5, Cotundo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Cotundo

    Toucans, Tortoises, and More

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 31, 2015

    34 photos

    We had a slightly later start this morning than on other days of the tour, and I don't believe we met for breakfast until 8:00am or 8:30am. We had a rain forest tour set for the morning and had again been told to don "jungle wear" -- meaning, long pants and long sleeves. We also wore our Mackintosh boots again. It was already warm at breakfast, and we knew it would only get more so.

    After fighting our way into the same boots we'd worn ...

    Shoot the Monkey!

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 30, 2015

    30 photos

    Our bags had to be outside our door by 7:00am, so we were up fairly early. As soon as she was awake, Anna asked if she could put on her suit and step outside of the room and into the thermal pool outside. Rather than argue, we all joined her. Our friend, Sunny Sally, emerged from her room, as well, and we all enjoyed a warm soak before showering and then grabbing some breakfast.

    By 8:15am we were on the road, continuing all the way down into ...

    Lower Jondachi with Tori

    A travel blog entry by lkaucky on Mar 23, 2015

    ... essentially carrying down as she fully supported his walking attempts. I offered to take him and she instantly accepted. The little guy really didn't help hanging on and so I felt as though I was pulling his arm out of its socket the whole time. He didn't say a word. The river out in was pleasing as the last time. Blue morpho butterflies, sunshine, and a first little rapid of clear green water. I felt a ...


    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 18, 2015

    ... off the mud and dollops of blood (there is not so much blood) and feel exceedingly alive.

    Is it possible that my tumble has also woken up my brain? No not the tumble. No, I think with age I’ve just gotten more sane. In years past I would have pushed through and swum in the falls. I had the energy and drive, but didn’t. I do believe sanity may have taken over. And I feel very alive.

    Glad to be here,

    Paul Colver

    March 15th, ...

    The Trip to Tena, the Hostel, the Heat

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 16, 2015

    ... is uphill. I figure go for the taxi. While this is being pondered one of the sleepers has awoken and speaking animatedly, affirms “Taxi, si taxi.” He points and gestulates in the direction of the taxis. We hail a taxi. The driver is only too happy to have a short fare for the minimum fare of uno dallar. Off we go. Up a hill. He turns left at the right arrow sign pointing to Limoncocha Hostel. I immediately wonder but after a block ...