Fuente de Piedra 1

Address: Wilson E9-80 y Jose Luis Tamayo, Quito, Ecuador | Hostel
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        A travel blog entry by pema80 on May 11, 2015

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        Heute haben wir die Möglichkeit gleichzeitig mit einem Fuss auf der Nordhalbkugel und mit dem anderen auf der Südhalbkugel zu stehen. Dafür fahren wir zum beliebten Äquatormonument „Mitad del Mundo“ ("Die Mitte der Welt"). Das Monument markiert die historische Stelle, an der ein französischer Entdecker 1736 als erster Europäer den Ä …

        A different hemisphere

        A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 19, 2015

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        ... on my lap for the remainder of the journey.

        Arriving at Quito we needed to find a bus to Mindo. We had read about one bus company that should run a bus there, but when we went to their ticket office they said their bus didn't go to Mindo. We asked an Officer in the tourist info office who pointed us in the direction of another company that went to Mindo. Fortunately this time they did still run a bus there. So we bought a ticket and hopped on.

        The bus took ...

        On Top of the World

        A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 03, 2015

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        ... reason we had elected to extend our stay a day. The cucuruchos tradition grew out of the Spanish Inquisition, when those condemned to death were forced to wear purple robes and "shame cones." This grew into a ceremony to mark Good Friday and Christ's walk of condemnation. It was brought to the new world in the 1600's and persists to this day. People wearing robes and hoods -- looking strikingly like Klu Klux Klan outfits -- of purple, white, or ...


        A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Mar 05, 2015

        ... apathy when it comes to beer. I did finish it though. Tried Caitlen's beer (Hades?) and Kyle's Poseidon. The Poseidon wasn't bad either. Caitlen was also a saint and ordered nachos. The food helped.

        It was nice spending an hour or two chilling with the others. I am not really not that extroverted, but it was definitely nice seeing everyone relax and listen to the chatter. Managed to crack a decent joke myself; was nice to have it appreciated as ...

        Day 208: Quito, Ecuador

        A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Feb 03, 2015

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        The other , Jack and I went to La Mitad del Mundo, or the equator line. It was expensive, took a while to get to, and was extremely touristy. To top it off, the monument there isn't even on the real equator line. Whoever marked the spot made a mistake and the true equator is actually some 200 meters away. ...

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