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Traveling in Equador
2014-12-05  03:56:00

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Equador was more expensive than Peru. The busses were cheaper, but the trips were not as long. In Montañita we found cheap hostels, but after that we had to stay at some hotels and the hostels were more expensive. In general we spent about 420 SEK / $56 a day for our 10 days stay. If we compare this to Bolivia where we spent 400 SEK a day, Equador was more expensive. We didn't do many activities in Equador but we partied a lot more. It gets more expensive the more north we go. 
 
- Hostel in Montañita: Iguanas 1 night and Hostal del Rio 2 nights - $7 per night for private dorm
- Bus from Montañita to Puerto Lopez: $2,50 
- Hostel in Puerto Lopez, Isolates: $9 for a private dorm
- Isla de la Plata tour one day: $35
- Bus from Puerto Lopez to Manta: $3,50 
- Hotel in Manta: Hotel Leo $15 private room
- Minibus from Manta to Santa Marianita: $1
- Hostel in Santa Marianita: Donkey Den $15, 4 bed doorm
- NightBus from Manta to Quito: $10
- Hostel in Quito number 1: Galapagos $10
- Hostel in Quito number 2: Blue House: $10 
- Hostel in Quito number 3: Vibes $9
- Bus from Quito to Otavalo daytour $4,20 return
- Taxi to and from the busterminals in Quito $7-10
- Bus from Quito to Tulcan: $5
 
The "gringo trail" (where most travellers goes) stops in Guayaquil and goes to Baños, but we skipped this and went to Manta instead. 
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