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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Cuyabeno
... As we descended we got into heavier rain and bigger potholes. The bus driver did a great job to keep us on the tar that was almost non existent in some places. Jen told me all this afterwards as I had somehow managed to sleep through it all! I was quite happy about that! At Lago Agrio we met up with a whole group of other backpackers who were also heading into the jungle. We had a breakfast as we waited for our respective tour companies to come and collect us. We jumped ...
... monkey, blue and yellow macaws, the frog that has poisonous back and was used by locals for hunting and numerous spiders and other insects an interesting walk. It was however unfortunate that our guide was very rushed and the physical side of things some of the group found exhausting. In the afternoon we did a boat ride using ...
... village and watched and helped a lady take out roots (like casava) then peel, cut and grate them, then wrung out out all the water, then sived the flesh of the root to put in a big pan/plate which was on the fire to make wraps- it was interesting and tasted good, but the activity is generally done to encourage tourism and to give them money, we also had young kids showing us their wares. Although the rain ...
... for 8 months) an American guy and another american couple from Washington. Then had another hour drive, then had lunch and two hours on the boat to the lodge. On the way we saw squirrel, wooly and cappuccino monkeys, a few birds and pink river Dolphins. After we settled into our cabins we then went for a swim in the middle of the lake next to our lodge. Back to the lodge for dinner and early night for 6:30 ...
... and support the locals and indigenous peoples with their attempts to protect and conserve the remaining rainforest. When you see the rainforest, you realise how important this environment is, to, literally, everyone and everything. It's sad to realise that, despite national park protection, these areas are disappearing.
We were dropped at a restaurant with roof top hammocks and tried to get another couple of hours sleep before breakfast at 8am. After this everyone who ...