Hostal La Villa

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

    Back to Quito, into the Community family

    A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Aug 13, 2014

    ... then down into La Ronda - Quito's bohemian region - where we were shown chocolate making and tried some and then saw a local craftsman working on a piece of art using local techniques. Feeling the effects of the night before I turned down the offer of lunch and headed back to the hostel, with a slice of pizza, and tried to rest my hangover away! The girls decided to cook but I signed up for the community dinner again in the hostel. Another cracking meal (that I ...

    Trip to Ecuador on a Budget

    A travel blog entry by muchotravel on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... they also have a ton of resources and dictionaries, etc. a.k.a. Mr. Google also gets very specific when typing in your search "travel to Ecuador" or "Ecuador Tourism"

    Friends and Family: This is another choice to get some tips and great conversation starters. Chances are you will meet someone already there.


    Staying with friends

    A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jul 01, 2014

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    This morning we awoke and took showers. Knew we'd see Suzy around 1 pm when she returned from work. However, she walked over form her main house about 10 am. So great to see her and catch up. We last saw her at our house around 4 years ago. Went into her beautiful house and were treated to breakfast. We met their two younger kids, Jose Antonio (22 today) and Bernarda (17). They have several servants including 2 housekeepers (who cook and shop and do laundry) and a driver. A ...

    Tales From Middle Earth

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 21, 2014

    32 photos

    ... t with the guru they stood facing each other, holding a candle between them, silently meditating on their relationship. It was really beautiful. They offered gifts and blessings for the guru, who likewise blessed them and offered them gifts. And then, they were married! They went into the audience of family and friends (and strangers - us) and gleefully mingled. A big part of Hare Krishna culture is service to others, which featured in this wedding. The brides had ...

    Quito (the "u" is silent)

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Apr 03, 2014

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    ... the rough gravel, occasionally cutting across wild areas of single track, all the while struggling to remain focused on the perils ahead while fighting the constant urge to glance back at the perfectly framed volcano behind us. Eventually we reached the more level foothills where we were usually able to manoeuvre with one eye on the trail in front while still taking in the views around us, all while being mercilessly punished by the uneven terrain and tiny rigid seat ...

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