Casa Mojanda

Address: Apartado 160, Otavalo, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Apartado 160, Otavalo.
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    Travel Blogs from Otavalo

    Otavalo trip

    A travel blog entry by liamhum on May 23, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... they were also going to the market town, but were taking the bus. We knew the busses were not great and could take a while, but are cheap, so we offered them space in the car we organised, which they were very grateful and it was really good to have company. Otavalo is the biggest craft market in South America with traders from all over who go to the market. It is busy every day but on Saturday grows massively and sprawls out on to all the ...

    Otavalo

    A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on May 02, 2015

    We were supposed to meet up with some friends of Nick's in the morning, but they called and essentially cancelled from what I heard about the conversation. Just as well for me though, got to sleep in! Easily my best night's sleep since Banos. When we finally got up and moving, we went to the artisan market in Otavalo. We just hopped on a bus from Ibarra to Otavalo after it hit the toll station. Nick was displeased to discover that they have upped the price. It was ...

    Quito and the Equator

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 25, 2015

    36 photos

    Our 31 hour bus journey turned into a 41 and a half hour bus journey - it was epic! We travelled up the west coast of Peru, north of Lima, over a 24 hour period, and crossed the border to Ecuador near Tumbes. The crossing was very straightforward - join one queue to exit Peru, and the next queue to enter Ecuador. The bus journey went surprisingly quickly and gave us time to read about our next destination. The relatively frequent stops allowed us to stretch ...

    Is this Place Really More Than 400 Years Old?

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 28, 2015

    36 photos

    ... the incredible levels of corruption which existed, and how a series of juntas has amassed huge foreign debt and pretty much given away or illegally sold much of the access to the oil deposits in the Amazon rain forest. By the 1990's, almost 70 percent of their GDP was going to pay the interest on foreign debt. They ultimately defaulted on the debt -- the first country to do so -- and that coincided with the government decision to drop the old ...

    TRAVELERS, AND ANOTHER GO AT I BARRA

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Feb 23, 2015

    ... again but ‘sa la vie’ (cant spell in English either), there is always loss.

    There were a hoard of travelers here this weekend. Four young German women, very polite and great cooks. They have been traveling for 4 months – and the one I spoke to made a point of saying that they were ready to get home to their boy friends. It is no doubt a young woman’s lot to get hit on by the locals, the travelers, and apparently old men. Like ...