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... a few weeks. I’ve been here a few weeks and it is clear – tired as I am right now – that I had better not get myself into something I can’t handle. Such as the 4 hour walk around the crater rim at 10000 feet. I’ll go easy I vow.
Out of the park and a wiz in the bano at a cost of 20 cents. Gads I have to buy the water and then…
I wait at the bus stop. There is a young surly looking fellow whom I have asked if this is the bus ...
... its historical centre.
Our idyllic family-run boutique hotel was within blocks of the colonial Plaza Grande. Its square was flush with Quitorians strolling through the tree-lined pathways, while others shopped the narrow shops that filled every nearby stone building.
After a short walk uphill, ...
... were the most widespread and important group and over time various changes took place among the various groups in the different regions of Ecuador through to the 1300's - 1400's.
However, early in the 15th century the Inca empire expanded north from Peru various battles and the swapping of power between the invading Incas and the most important Ecuadorian group, the Canari took place. However once one of the Incas fathered a son with a Canari princess it was pretty much a done ...
... We are high in the Andes, and the air is clear (and thin, by the way, so it was crazy walking up the rest of the hill with luggage, but we made it)... it was worth every minute of gasping for air. Our room looks out over the valley, and there are little fountains everywhere on the property. The owner gave us a hug and kiss on the cheek when we ...
... after a huge eruption 1000 years ago. According to the guide who took us around the lake on a boat, the locals named it Cuicocha because as the gas was escaping through the water it sounded like a guinea pig squealing (guinea pig is spelt Cui). After our informative boat ride we walked a few hundred meters around the crater to where they have built replicas of the ancient solar and lunar calendars used by the local tribes. Back in Otavalo we went past the artisans market ...
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