Fuente de Piedra 1

Wilson E9-80 y Jose Luis Tamayo, Quito, Ecuador | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Quito

    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 …

    Exploring Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Mar 10, 2014

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... and monkeys for sale everywhere. The driver decided it would be best that he drop the Haitian man at his house to wait there for him while he took me over the border. Something about Haitians not being allowed in Peru. Refugee smuggling perhaps? I feigned ignorance and didn't question any further. All I wanted was to cross that bloody border and get a bus to Piura.

    Finally at the border the driver very sweetly offered to wait for me to get ...

    Quito Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by christianamanda on Dec 26, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... congregating in the park by our hostel around a lighted water fountain show, but as we got further away we realized things were even more quiet than before, and the area where we intended to go was all closed down for the night, no one in sight. We turned back to check out what was going on in the park. We bought some street food and sat by the water to enjoy the show as well and after awhile called it a ...

    A "brief" update on my life

    A travel blog entry by heather.lee on Oct 24, 2013

    ... will turn out. The nerves however are tamed by the fact that it is an awesome project and great way to put my Environmental Sciences liberal arts degree to use. More updates to come on this as we currently have nowhere near enough bottles as the majority of the ones brought into the library are crushed and of no use to us. We do take the crushed bottles to the local and privately owed recycling plant which is always an interesting cultural treat. Apparently ...

    Trip 6: South America

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 01, 2005

    ... to try out a typical Ecuadorian lunch, which is a hefty meal starting out with soup (I'm served chicken feet soup--yes, FEET... actually I really enjoy it, brings back memories from childhood), then a full plate of rice, lentils, and meat... quite satisfying.

    I stop in the market in the park where indigenous folks in little stalls sell traditional clothing and souvenirs. I'm struck by how polite they are. Quietly negotiating, but never getting too pushy ...

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