Hostel Valhalla

Address: Panamerican Highway south of Machachi at Km 19, Cotopaxi, Ecuador | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Panamerican Highway south of Machachi at Km 19, Cotopaxi.
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Travel Blogs from Cotopaxi

Mountains, Volcanoes and Lush Green

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Nov 19, 2014

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... chilling out in hammocks, couches and in front of the fire - can't complain!

Our wee cabana didn't have electricity so it was candles in the evening to get around. Then when your at dinner the staff light your fire in your room so when you go back its toasty warm, so nice!

We tackled the Cotopaxi hike, not the summit just up to the glacier which was 5010m high ($35USD each). You get a ride to the car ...

Lagoon Quilotoa

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 19, 2014

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... Stop in Latacunga for a **** in a really nice shopping center but the reason we were there wasnt for me to do that it was because one of the girls needed a bank to take out cash. Her card wouldnt work at all banks only one so we spent about 45 minutes driving around to find the only bank that accepts her card. Once out of Latacunga we were onto steep windy roads towards Lagoon Quilitoa, this is when the driver starts driving like ...

Quilotoa Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Oct 14, 2014

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... way I would be getting on a mule was if I fell and had a bone sticking out. So we started the long climb, made even harder because we were at such high altitude and had something like 60% less oxygen in the air. We made a lot of stops to catch our breath and an hour later made it to the top. There were no more buses going back to Latacunga from Quilotoa that day so we had to catch a pick up truck to the next town ...

Pura vida loca

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Sep 23, 2014

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... was the lady just kept telling us "no te preocupes" (don't worry).  Slightly bewildered we went and got some great crepes for breakfast before wandering through the streets becoming excited when spying the occasional local dressed in bright, garish silk costumes with blacked out faces covered in golden crosses. After being given a map of the parade's route from the helpful but seemingly underused tourist office we made the mistake of eating heaped ...

Latacunga and the Quilatoa Loop.

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Sep 15, 2014

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... 40 cents, the kid told me $1, freakin white tax. I argued and pointed out the sign and they tried to tell me it was a small we on but on the same sign the smaller one was 25 cents. Little *****! So I go to pay the $1 anyway and she tells me my note is bad and no. I cracked it, swore and left. I'm over the white tax! The next morning after an early breakfast and ejection from the hostel we headed off under a little blue sky towards Chugchilàn. To get there we ...

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