Fuente de Piedra 1

Wilson E9-80 y Jose Luis Tamayo, Quito, Ecuador | Hostel
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    Quito!

    A travel blog entry by therapat on May 24, 2014

    • Saturday, May 24- plane and quito

    • The flight time is surprisingly short to Quito - 2 hours to Miami and then 3.5 hours from there. What killed me was the 5 hour layover in the middle! I arrived to the airport, blew through customs and passport control, hopped in a cab and got stuck in crazy traffic! It took about …

    Day 79

    A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Feb 09, 2014

    ... should go to next (after the coast). It is getting late so we say our goodbyes and hit the road. We want to go back to Peguche and hope we can find our way there. We use google maps with a pin that I had dropped and a bit of memory and to our surprise we manage to find our way!!! J We take about an hour and look around El Gran Condor again and buy two more wall hangings for gifts, and an alpacha shawl. We hit ...

    Caminamos y caminamos

    A travel blog entry by norasfrogblog on Jan 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... school, which is almost unheard of. He said it was worth it though, considering he got paid to do research, teach, and make frequent trips to South America--all of the things that he loves. It makes perfect sense that he is our number one resource this semester, and we're all very happy about that.
    This informal lecture only lasted until about 1:00 or so. We then decided to head out and find lunch on our own for the first time. Our ...

    The one where we visit the middle of the Earth

    A travel blog entry by ekimmike on Nov 16, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... not sure I've ever seen that before. Last stop of the day was at the Cathedral of Man. This is an art gallery displaying the works of famous modern Ecuadorian artist, Guayasamin. I should mention that by this time the lack of sleep (5 hours tops) from the night before is starting to catch up to both of us (and maybe the altitude too) . I really want to see this art gallery but I'm exhausted. We push forward anyway and I'm glad we did. The art is ...

    Hills hills everywhere, no escalators in sight

    A travel blog entry by adandgen on Sep 21, 2013

    84 photos

    ... old city, visiting various squares and the basilica, and a couple of the local markets. We also took a cable car up the closest volcano to the city, Pichincha, from where we had some great views of the city.

    I went on a day trip to part climb one of the other volcanoes (Gen was meant to come but fell ill the morning of the trip - or had she had enough of walking?). The volcano is called Cotopaxi and is the third highest surrounding Quito. It is also active, and the guide ...

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