Address: Abdon Calderon and Sucre (CORNER), Otavalo, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Abdon Calderon and Sucre (CORNER), Otavalo.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Otavalo

    Otavalo trip

    A travel blog entry by liamhum on May 23, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... the main square. It was very fascinating and as we have very little luggage space we banned ourselves from shopping... Well we bought a hammock, gloves, two jerseys and jewellery. Will be interesting to see how the packing goes, but it was so very cheap.. The hammock was £3. On the way to the market town we also stopped at the equator and did a few interesting experiments- balanced an egg (which you can apparently only do on the ...


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

    ... bad though, still under $.50.

    When we got to Otavalo, we started by circling the market. We actually found blueberries! They were the first I'd seen since I've come to Ecuador. We got some in our ice cream before going back to actually purchase items.

    I didn't take many pictures, but I bought gifts! Started to do my gift shopping. Didn't bring enough to get all of what I wanted, so I might have to come back. Next time though, I'm switching ...

    Quito and the Equator

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 25, 2015

    36 photos

    ... The bus was comfortable but again left a lot to be desired. The low point was finding bugs living next to our seats, which would periodically appear as we least expected it. One tried to hitchhike a lift off the bus via a jumper. Again, the bus would sometimes play films in Spanish, with no volume control or subtitles, and sometimes cumbia music would be blasted out instead. We got to know a South Korean chap, Deok, who was very friendly. He'd been on the ...

    Is this Place Really More Than 400 Years Old?

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 28, 2015

    36 photos

    ... adopt the U.S. dollar as their official currency, which they use to this day. In the months following the debt default, inflation was running around 2,000 percent and converting the currency seemed the only way to stop the hemorrhaging. As it turns out, however, the country's small elite had advance warning of the switchover, which was announced with no warning to the general public. Those people had time to convert their money at free-market ...


    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Feb 23, 2015

    ... to risk a heart attack!

    I did have another go at Ibarra. Where I got to on my prior trip to Ibarra I have no idea. The Ibarra I went to today was a totally different place.

    The fellow next door to me heard from a vendor at the ‘Place of the Poncho’ – one of the local markets – that Ibarra had sporting good stores and would likely have one of those flexible tent support rod. We went there. There was a store. It had the ...