Hosteria La Estacion

Machachi, Quito, Ecuador | B&B
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In and around Quito

A travel blog entry by coco89 on Aug 19, 2014

... to be pretty easy compared to trying it at home) and of course taking the obligatory photo before collecting the tourist stamp from the ticket office. I met an Austrian couple (Sonja and Christian) at the museum, who I started talking to and then took a bus back to Quito with once the museum was closing. Day 2: As I had overslept on my bus from Baños to Quito, I still wanted to see the Quilotoa lake - a beautiful lake in a formerly ...

Painful travel

A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Jul 30, 2014

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... in the back suburbs of town. Somebody's house where some old bloke came out. He was the guy apparently. So he had a little room with a mattress and some oil. Seamed dodgy enough to be good. He didn't fix my back but apparently carrying 30 kilos around every day for a couple of months gives you bloody tight legs and feet! There was a knot in my arch the size of a golf ball I don't know existed. After a good bending I think he said to wait ...

Taste Buds

A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 03, 2014

... so had to run to catch up with my group. The tour included stops at the banquet room (the largest room in the palace), his chapel, and the yellow room where he signs important documents. The palace is divided into two identical courtyards. One side is for government business, the for the president and his family. The courtyards are open and appear to provide a sense of elegance and calm. In the ...

Quito- Otavalo Market

A travel blog entry by peterandsandra on Apr 09, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

8:15 start for our trip to the Otavalo Markets about a 2 hour drive with Johnny and Nicholas, $70 each. Lots of traffic through the city, buses bursting with people, traffic police everywhere. Countryside very hilly, very dry in the rain shadow area, then quite green as we got closer to Otavalo. Lots of roadworks on the way, cutting through hills. They have to cover the walls with shade cloth type material then spray the walls with concrete to stop ...


A travel blog entry by captain-slog on Feb 11, 2014

... the bridge into Quito for their construction traffic. This is now woefully inadequate and a new one is being built with great urgency. Also they export roses, fruit, tuna and shrimp, then comes tourism, although this is growing fast, mostly Americans ...

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