Jatun Pacha Hostel

Av 31 de Octubre n.19, Panamericana, Otavalo, ., Ecuador | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Av 31 de Octubre n.19, Panamericana, Otavalo.
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Travel Blogs from Otavalo

Otovalo day 4

A travel blog entry by fish54 on Aug 31, 2014

Had a two hour bus ride through some amazing mountain scenery, some even snow- capped. $2 for bus Otovalo is a market town where they have markets everyday in the town square. Lots of stalls with much the same stuff. Good, and very cheap, but didn't want to shop this early in the ...

Saturday market, children's zip line & tennis

A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Aug 15, 2014

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... breakfast and got a lift down to the market. I was quite surprised by the setup... You walk down a street into town - surrounded by people holding chickens and a range of other animals - and the market just starts to take shape. It isn't in a specific area but instead speaks down all the streets in the middle if Otavalo. There is little doubting its size, but as 1) I'm not a shopper, 2) have no room in my bag, and 3) travelling for ...

Otavalo Market

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jun 14, 2014

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Day trip today to Otavalo and the line of the Equator.

On arrival at the bus terminal I helped two Canadian tourists who didn't know how to get to the handicraft market and had no map - I said they could join me and Dave because we were going that way and I'd been there before so I knew my way around. It was nice to help out. Once they'd left us, Dave and I carried straight on to the animal market. Although people were packing up, there were more animals ...

Cloudy Skies and Vibrant Textiles

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on May 08, 2014

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... I had a few bouts of it in Honduras while a Peace Corps volunteer years ago.) I always ask how the tap water is and where it's sourced when I arrive anywhere down here, and I've had no problems drinking water in the Andes. However, I made the costly mistake of limiting my research to the opinion of a local kid working at the hostel, and after three days of drinking the tap water my gut erupted in an all-out assault by a ...

Easter Saturday - Otavalo Market

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Apr 19, 2014

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I was the first of our group to sit down for breakfast this morning and while I was waiting, I experienced an earthquake tremor! Just a minor one but I did feel the earth shake a bit and coffee cups rattle on the table. Then Kate arrived and just as she was agreeing that it must have been an earthquake, it happened again and she felt it.

After breakfast we got a lift in the hostel's minibus to ...

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