Hacienda La Carriona

Address: Valley of Los Chillos, Sangolqui, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Valley of Los Chillos, Sangolqui, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Sangolqui

    Still Freezing in Papallacta

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 15, 2015

    ... my bathing suit and load my clothes and valuables into a woven basket which I stow under a shelter next to the pool where the kids are ensconced up to their necks. Shelter for the clothing is necessary as it is raining. I ask Frank how much above freezing does he thinks the temperature might be - 5 above? Oh maybe, or maybe 10. It is definitely not 10 I think to myself - these stoic Germans. The air is cold whatever the case.

    For the next hour or so ...

    The Day of Sitting

    A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Feb 17, 2015

    1 comment

    ... the plane I realized that I was a little short of breath. Confirmed it wasn't just me, which is less mortifying. I will have to remember that strenuous activity for a week or so is a bad idea. Going further into the airport, the air... Not necessarily became humid, but there was definitely moisture in the air. And I was already starting to overheat. I have the feeling shorts and a tank top may be necessary tomorrow.

    I got through customs ...

    Wandering in Quito

    A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 13, 2015

    ... out soon after a pretty unexciting but perfectly adequate breakfast to explore the Old City. This was about 25 min walk away and we had no trouble finding it. The Old City too is built on a number of steep hills and parts of the walk were a bit of a struggle for both of us - though the altitude effect was now absent as Quito sits at a mere 1800m ASL. The most prominent feature of Old City is the large number of big churches, the most ornate of which is the Iglesia ...

    Hasta Al Cumbre

    A travel blog entry by kubalak on Jun 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... and when I pause to let her catch up, she walks past me. I take that as my permission to do my own speech. I'm ACHING for some big ass mountain hikin. Soon I can't see my partner trekking behind me. Yes, I know I'm an *******. There's some things you just can't sacrifice in life. We end up catching up to the group and their jaws drop as they find out we didn't take donkeys, but actually walked the whole way. When I find Angela she's anxious to join our ...

    We survived the first week of camp!

    A travel blog entry by heather.lee on Aug 17, 2013

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    I know it may not seem like I am actually working down here but I swear ... I am. Today, Saturday, signifies the final day of the first week of our 3 week long summer camp. It has been a hectic week with a sharp learning curve. We started the camp with about 20 kids, ranging from 3 to 15, however in classic Ecuadorian style new kids have been arriving on the daily. We now have about 40 however the number per day varies as not everyone always shows up. ...