Travel Blogs from Otavalo
Tuesday the 12th of November began just like any other day of this trip. An early rise, quick breakfast, and then a deliciously sweaty bus ride with the locals. We met orange clad Miguel at the bus station. He was to be our fearless leader as we braved the challenges of the infamous Ecuadorian rainforest. Armed with fruit loops and snickers, we left the small town of Tena to take yet another autobus into the depths of our adventure.
... for Las Tolas. In the meantime we bought snacks and hung out until 5:30 pm when our bus came. When the bus arrived in Las Tolas, we were greeted by Sebastian, who we are living with this week. He walked us back to his house, which was very close. He introduced us to his family, we ate dinner and went to bed.
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Marķa Otavalo
Luke warm showers at best, internet only worked in common areas where I got bit several times by something other than a mosquito and the bites hurt and itched for a week after I left. The staff however are very nice and helpful. Good location, but would not stay again. When I stayed there some families were being pretty loud with their doors wide open and their children and televisions screaming. That I realize is conditional, but the bites I got in the common area have scared me off.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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