Inti Sisa Guesthouse

Address: Vargas Torres y Garcia Moreno, Riobamba, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vargas Torres y Garcia Moreno, Riobamba, is near Silver Island (Isla de la Plata), Pro Bici, and Lakes of Ozogoche (Lagunas de Ozogoche).
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          Travel Blogs from Riobamba

          On Saving, Spending and Satisfaction

          A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Jul 09, 2015

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... rooms - sometimes with a private bathroom and other times shared - for anywhere from $7 - $25. A delicious Ecuadorian almuerzo (that includes a soup, rice and meat and a fresh juice) runs at $2.50. Large Ecuadorian Pilsner: $1.50. Buses: anywhere from $.15 - $3 (the $3 ride will take you a quarter of the way across the country). All that to say, Ecuador is cheap. And Peru and Bolivia are even less expensive. My average daily spending runs ...

          Volcanos and Eruptions

          A travel blog entry by north2south on Jun 29, 2015

          8 photos

          ... With voices like ball-park vendors, and the haggling aggression of a used-car salesman, Ecuadorian bus solicitors would, and could, make you cry if tears somehow had value. I think tears trickled out as we finally got into Riobamba. We had only one full day here. Surrounding the city are 5 volcanos, so we decided to climb one...a dormant one. At 14,500 ft, the altitude was not the toughest obstacle to overcome. Rather, the inescapable gusts of ...

          Lots of animals today!

          A travel blog entry by melaniemorris on Jun 07, 2015

          2 photos

          ... feet. The junior boobie was so curious - he came right up to a guy in our group and started biting his show! We gave him some attention for awhile then we moved into two full grown boobies -I was able to get within inches. These animals are not afraid of anything! But soon the junior boobie started making some noise at us- clearly he wanted the attention back on him! We walked aways, came around a corner and there he was..the blue footed boobie! Literally got down to his level and ...

          The room comes with it's own Mariachi Band

          A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 16, 2015

          6 photos

          ... so we flagged it down and jumped onboard.

          The journey to Ambato took us further up into the Andes and over a pass that skirted the edge of the Chimborazo Volcano. It's an awesome sight, just shy of 6,300 metres and despite being on the equator, capped with snow. We were fortunate to glance it through the clouds. Mountains seem to attract or create cloud and more often than not the Andes are cloaked in cloud, so we were lucky to be able to see it.

          We dropped back ...

          Jungle Boogie!!

          A travel blog entry by liamanduna on May 13, 2015

          7 comments, 116 photos

          ... really do walk upside down the whole time. On the way to visit our first community, by boat, we all got extremely excited as our guide shouted out there was a white jaguar in the water ahead. Not knowing what to do, our excitement was over quickly as we realised he was taking the **** and it was just a white dog swimming towards us (which was still weird enough as we were in the middle of the jungle.) The dogs name was blanco and belonged to one of the ...