Hostal La Villa

Toledo 1455 y Coruna, Quito, Ecuador | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Quito

Baños dos!!

A travel blog entry by kendahlc

... ve been making a conscious effort not to complain considering I'm spending a significant amount of money to volunteer in a third world country but there isn't really anything to complain about. The program is amazing, the people I've been meeting are all so sweet and from so many different corners of the globe and the scenery is indescribable. I'm so excited to get back to volunteering tomorrow and seeing the kids! Lots of fun plans for the week and Natalie arrives in 7 ...

Quito and Couch Surfing Adventures

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey


... and town, an over-the-top and overpriced area celebrating Ecuador's place on the equator - although the position of this monument was miscalculated by a French explorer in the 1700s, and the actual equator is 300m north of here! The monument is grand and rather impressive, although all of the shops and restaurants within the walls are overpriced and tacky. We did buy some Ecuadorian patches to sew on our bags however!

It began raining as we walked the 300m up the road to ...

Traveling Home...

A travel blog entry by magnoliakitties


... luggage, however that took us another hour+ because so many flights came in back to back and for some strange reason they only used one baggage carousel…it was massive chaos! Then we hit rush hour traffic heading north of the city. We had about 19 hours of travel time from door to door. It made for an extra long travel day, but that is the risk of traveling during the winter months. It's all part of ...

A day of contrasts

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... place in Quito, largely to attract more tourists into the city. The new international airport opened in 2013 and the highway from the airport into the city is similar to what you would find in many westernised countries.

The main challenge in promoting Quito as a destination of choice is its level of crime which is actually pervasive across all of Equador although Quito does get a special mention by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in NZ as ...

Not an auspicious start...

A travel blog entry by kksatrip


... peaks, and parkways weave in and out of the sprawl of the town and it appears to be growing very quickly.

Then finally, we were off to the Galapagos. We landed in the island of Baltra and took a ferry to land on Santa Cruz Island and then drove across to Puerto Ayora. We joined eleven other travellers from all over the world and got on Xavier III (also known as G4) which was our home for the next five days. That's when the trip really ...



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