Saturday, January 02, 2010

Tungurahua Comes Back To Life

On Wednesday Tungurahua started acting up again with the strongest explosions on New Year's Day. The steam and ash emissions reaching 1.5 km above the crater.

The athoraties are keeping a wathful eye on the monitors.

This morning the activity was normal.

23 comments:

  1. Hello
    Very nice blog about Banos Ecuador, yep the Tungurahua volcano is still facing the eruptive process but as far I can see Banios is still active and full of tourists.

    Markus

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  2. Very interesting blog I like Banos or Banios in Ecuador the city is small and calmed I had some good evenings talking to friends and drinking cheap beer

    Ronald Deerton

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  3. Anonymous5:04 PM

    Roberto,

    I'm interested in learning more about your location and project. I am in the process of planning a trip to Ecuador over the summer to do some climbing and would like to check out some of the surrounding areas as well. Banos sounds fantastic, but I don't have any local contacts in the country. I can be reached at cantwell.kevin@gmail.com.

    Thanks,

    Kevin

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  4. Anonymous2:11 PM

    Good Day:

    Looking for opportunities in Ecuador, near Banos....Know of any english teaching positions?

    Cheers,

    Sean Faris
    sean.faris.434@hotmail.com

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  6. Awwww. Baños!!!! How I loved it there when I went 15 years ago, sadly have not yet been back :( Mum was from Baños, always had delightful stories of growing up there. I am seriously considering moving there... currently in NYC but really would give this up in a second to live in Baños. Planning to visit later this year, if I return it will only be to pack up my belongings and move to Baños ;)

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  8. thanks bro for this information, visit back to download ebook gratis, please :)

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  9. Anonymous4:16 AM

    I wonder if anyone has an email address for Casa Hood? Please get in touch if you do, nikimorvinson@hotmail.com

    Many thanks x

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  11. wow is nice place...
    "halo from bali"

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  12. Hi there! I would love to get some information about buying a home or renting one in or near Banos... would love to connect. brian@walkercf.com or skype brian.walker7
    Thanks!

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  13. Anonymous12:24 AM

    Hello,
    My name is Fatima. I was referred to this site through this thread:http://www.lonelyplanet.com/thorntree/thread.jspa?threadID=1474149

    I am a high school English teacher in Santa Monica, CA and have experience living and teaching in Nicaragua.

    Are there any opportunities to possibly teach or do any service projects there in the summer (mid June to Mid August). I start school August 16.

    Thanks for your help.

    Fatima

    tpafatima@gmail.com

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  14. What a great blog for people who love Ecuador!!! Congratulations!!!
    Please visit a portuguese blog which shows aerial pictures from Portugal taken during my flights in Cessna, Piper, etc...:
    The Third Dimension - Aerial Photography from Portugal
    Thanks a lot

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  15. Hi Brian,

    I now live in Salasaca. I still have many contacts in Baños and I could get them in contact with you if you like. Are you interested in other areas near Baños?

    Check out my other blog which describes what I am doing in Salasaca.

    www.katitawa.blogspot.com

    Robert

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  16. Anonymous6:48 PM

    hi brian is a web you can se the real state in banos chek it up is: banios.com , i hop that information work for you

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  17. Anonymous6:50 PM

    Hi Brian is a web that you can see the real state in banos the web is : banios.com , I hope that work for you god luck

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  18. happy to be here
    welcome too friend
    from Turkey

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  19. Hello, I've been reading your blog and I like the way you talk about Banos its people and places despite you are living in Salasaca town now.

    I'd love to talk to you about this new project we are developing in Banos now, we're looking to improve Banos tourist services, while offering promotion services to Banos business men and entrepreneurs.

    I am leaving for you to please cehck, the project main website url so maybe you could please kindly take a look and share your deep insight and ideas with us. This is an independent project and we are looking for hands to join us as well, so you are more than welcome to offer you ideas, opinion and better insight about this project of us.

    Let me know..

    Dave Villacreses
    BanosEcuador.com

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  20. Tungurahua is quite the unpredictable volcano! I visited Banos in 2008, and it was quite active then as well. Beautiful volcano, in a beautiful area of Ecuador!

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  22. Anonymous8:36 AM

    Thanks brother, for this information.

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