Travel Blogs from Ecuador

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Galapagos: Floreana, Española and San Cristobal, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador travel blog

Galapagos: Floreana, Española and San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by samandpriya

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On Wednesday morning (1st August) we were woken early at 6am by Lobo's voice in our cabin on the speakers.  This would follow every morning.  He gave us a briefing on where we were, what the temperature was outside and a reminder of things we ...

Et le coq chanta 3 fois, Puerto Villamil, Ecuador travel blog

Et le coq chanta 3 fois

A travel blog entry by bonheur

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Notre petit hôtel est situé au bord de la mer. Il n'y a pas d'accès direct à la plage, mais on la voit quand on regarde par la fenêtre sur le côté. On entend aussi les vagues sans fin. Et on entend le coq. Le fameux coq. Il a deux tonalités: ...

Riobamba #2, Riobamba, Ecuador travel blog

Riobamba #2

A travel blog entry by alisyn.oudman

Today I finally got to sleep in. We were going to have a relaxing day to day compared to the busy week we had.  As I was eating breakfast I heard the sound of drums and ran out to the street. All of the university bands from ...

The day a mule saved my ass... twice, Chugchilan, Ecuador travel blog

The day a mule saved my ass... twice

A travel blog entry by apayne

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This entry could simply be called 'The Quilotoa Loop', but I think you'll enjoy how mules figured centrally over the course of the day. The Quilotoa Loop is described as one of the most spectacular routes through the central highlands of the ...

Galapagos - Day 2, South Plaza, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador travel blog

Galapagos - Day 2

A travel blog entry by sineadstapleton

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We woke up at about 5am this morning as we were so excited!  We got a coffee and went and sat out on deck and saw some of the other group out there too. This morning we did a walking tour of South Plaza - known for its colonies of Sealions.  ...

Loja, Loja, Ecuador travel blog

Loja

A travel blog entry by tour-46

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Home to one of Ecuador´s top universities... urm, was really just an over-nighter, these photos are from the journey to the Peruvian border, which was the best border crosiing of the whole trip. Easy, quick and no money, finally! The road from Loja to ...

Day 10 - When I say middle, I don't mean average, Quito, Ecuador travel blog

Day 10 - When I say middle, I don't mean average

A travel blog entry by saseau

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... only valued at 10% of the original amount. It was during this time that nearly 2 million Ecuadorians immigrated to Spain. In contrast, Ecuador's current population is 12 million. Now armed with US dollars, it was off to the area that is known to locals as ...

Day 13: The Butterfly Effect, Quito, Ecuador travel blog

Day 13: The Butterfly Effect

A travel blog entry by gregros

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Today, I got my much needed lie in! We agreed we would have breakfast at 9am and checkout at 10am. In the end, Greg was awake by 6am, so he cracked on with his photo editing while I dozed. Then I got up about 7:45 to work on the blog... turns out we ...

Ringing in the new year Banos style!, Baños, Ecuador travel blog

Ringing in the new year Banos style!

A travel blog entry by cgavin

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We have only stayed in four cities/towns so far, but I can already tell that Banos is going to be one of our favourites! We arrived in Banos on Dec 29 after a tiring but beautiful 7 hour bus ride from Guayaquil through the countryside and into the ...

The Quilotoa Loop, Quilotoa, Ecuador travel blog

The Quilotoa Loop

A travel blog entry by wanderingblonde

This is a top pick!
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... with Bolivia than it did with the rest of Ecuador.  In fact, all across the Andean regions of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, the people looked similar, with dark skin, round faces, short stature and traditional Andean dress.  The hiking was good ...

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