Folklore Hotel

Madrid E13_93 y Pontevedra , Quito, 539, Ecuador | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by varney


Back in Quito again and after a couple of nights at our favorite place, we've moved to Folklore Hostel where the folks from Real Gap have placed us. Arrived back here around lunch time on Friday and spent the afternoon battling with useless Internet cafe's trying to sort out photos. We've managed to get them backed up to the ipod at least, but …

Panic search for the perfect Galápagos tour!

A travel blog entry by mini_v


... that I could actually do one dive on the Darwin which was the clincher for me. Also found out that they had a longer 7 night itinerary which covered the additional islands I wanted as well, boom! Walked back to Sangay touring - he confirmed that I would need to share with a guy (let's hope he's hot...) and last minute grab for the last place. Things move pretty quickly after that, had to run out to get cash out which I couldn't..damn ATM in ...

Laguna del cráter: Quilotoa

A travel blog entry by norasfrogblog


... us were prepared for the cold. All of us slept in our full clothes, including hats and scarves.

The next day, we all awoke at 6am to watch the sun rise. Unfortunately, the Andes really blocked the red sun we were hoping to see. Still, it was beautiful, and a great way to get ourselves out early. We decided to do the "real hike" around the crater, which, as you'll see is absolutely no stroll in the park. It was 8 miles long, and a 1.5km climb in height. It was a bit ...


A travel blog entry by captain-slog

... the bridge into Quito for their construction traffic. This is now woefully inadequate and a new one is being built with great urgency. Also they export roses, fruit, tuna and shrimp, then comes tourism, although this is growing fast, mostly Americans ...

Arriving in Quito

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell


... on through some red lights but stopped at others. Why different speed limit signs are posted a mere 20 feet from each other especially since he appeared to observe none of them. Why a brand new four-lane divided highway that led from the one-year-old shiny airport – I managed to get that information from him – turned abruptly into a two-lane undivided road. Were they planning on widening the road at ...

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