Hosteria La Estacion

Address: Machachi, Quito, Ecuador | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Quito

From the coast to the Amazon

A travel blog entry by curto on Jan 01, 2015

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... of the world'. It was a bit of a G up really as you swing out and take a photo at a certain angle it looks like you are swinging of a cliff, so while the scares are at a minimum, the ear piercingly loud shrieks of teenage girls was in abundance. So we quickly got in and out and took our trick photo before descending again.
The next day we took our chances doing canyoning, which is the art of basically abseiling down waterfalls, I'm not the biggest fan ...

The journey to Quito...

A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Oct 28, 2014

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... I think he was trying to be helpful but I was worried. I then followed instructions and got told that I had to go to another gate to catch my flight to Quito. I was with a girl from London who was volunteering, and we got directed to the wrong gate. We had half an hour to get on the right plane, and as we were walking fast, a woman said 'are you going to Quito?' and told us to run FAST as we were the last two. Brilliant. We managed to make ...

Standing in the Middle of the World (Ecuador)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Aug 21, 2014

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... of the center line, in the Southern Hemisphere. The water spins from the drain in a clockwise direction. The tub is moved to the Northern Hemisphere side, and the water drains in the opposite direction, counter-clockwise. When the tub is placed exactly on the equator line, it drains straight down, not in a circular motion in either direction.

You find out you don't have any strength standing on the equator, also. To demonstrate this, you are asked to ...

My favourite place in Ecuador!

A travel blog entry by fionamary on Jul 11, 2014

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... breakfast I walked with Jane to a butterfly sanctuary, it was a 40 minute walk along the river. When we were almost there I turned around and headed back to the hostel (I don't like butterflies). We left Mindo on the 11am bus back to Quito. I've had an amazing 48 hours in gorgeous Mindo, this is definitely my favourite place I've been to in Ecuador! As well as being a beautiful part of the country, everybody - adults an children alike, were so incredibly friendly. Thank you ...

Lovely Night, Ancient City

A travel blog entry by zookeeperjosh on Jun 13, 2014

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... as preciously as the story of our own independence. The patriots, champions of freedom, are held to the highest esteem and still revered by the people to this very day. Essentially Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, and Venezuela were once united and known as "The Grand Colombia." It is this united force that defeated Spain and won freedom for the colonies, however, power was too much for some to endure and the large South American country split into 5 because ...

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