Folklore Hotel

Address: Madrid E13_93 y Pontevedra , Quito, 539, Ecuador | Hotel
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      Chile to Ecuador

      A travel blog entry by jcarlin on Jan 11, 2015

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... 5 weeks). Having talked to a few people about the tourist delights of Chile I must say I am keen to spend some more time in South America - I can see a trip down or up Chile (to Patagonia in particular by some sort of vehicle, to say nothing of the myriad of things to do in all the other countries that make up the continent. So maybe after a couple of European destinations that are on my bucket list, I will be back - but first Galapagos and Amazon of course. These were my ...

      Climbing, walking, and more climbing

      A travel blog entry by lynn_kate on Nov 23, 2014

      5 photos

      ... and all of the streets are running up and down the sides of ... basically... volcanos. So, these lowlanders from Toronto had a bit of a challenge with the climbs, but we saw cyclists of all ages powering up the hills. Boy, do we need to do some training!

      But the weather is beautiful - about 18C, with a mixture of sun and cloud. Warm enough to be comfortable, ...

      Ecuador Quito/Otovalo/Banos

      A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 19, 2014

      34 photos

      ... plans to steal our stuff. Bad I know but he was about 15 and spent the whole time with an earphone in one ear and only spoke Spanish at us. The truck took us along la route de Cascadas which we opted not to ride as we did not want to end up as bowling pins on the road. First stop: zip lining. Cost us $10 each. There were no English instructions or speakers there. They put the harnesses on us, followed us up the stairs to a small treehouse thing and then after looping us on ...

      Adios Napo, Hola Quito

      A travel blog entry by trippers on Sep 19, 2014

      14 photos

      ... took us to Paradero de Cousin not too far off the beaten path in Otavalo. She had worked there many years previous and knew many of the people still working there. Since the beer was cheaper than the water, we decided to split a beer with our lunch. Although it had begun to rain, we took a brief walk around the grounds to see the lovely gardens. This place had originated as a sheep farm back in the 1600s and had been converted to a ...


      A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Jul 19, 2014

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... charter but was full to capacity and one person even had to sit on the ground (fortunately not me). Needless to say, it was a squishy and uncomfortable bus ride. We got into Lago Agrio, the jumping off point for the Amazon at around 6 am, had some breakfast and waited around until about 9 when the lodge bus picked us up. Another two hours on that bus and we finally arrived at the river in the Cuyabeno Reserve where we got into the motorized canoe. We met our ...