Hostal Los Yutzos

Address: Augusto Rueda #190 y 15 de Noviembre , Tena, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Augusto Rueda #190 y 15 de Noviembre , Tena.
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    Travel Blogs from Tena

    De Vacas Feliz (From Happy Cows)

    A travel blog entry by dfla on Oct 25, 2015

    3 comments, 106 photos

    ... felt, it left me pondering how well I know myself and how I relate to others. Food for thought. There have also been a number of small smile-worthy moments. The other night for example, I went out for pizza with my family at 11pm at night. It was wood-fired scrumptiousness and as we were heading to the car, I couldn't help but smile. After the rest of us had left, through the window of the restaurant I could see Felix still sitting at the table finishing off the last pieces. ...

    Day 16: Rafting, Grafting and Witch Crafting

    A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 12, 2015

    5 photos

    ... grinding them. He then mixed it with cinnamon tea, milk and sugar before heating it to form a thick paste. We then got to eat it, dipping bananas into it fondue style. It wasn't too bitter, but tasted quite grainy as the sugar was not fully dissolved. When most of the banana was finished, but there was still chocolate left, the family brought out the grubs. Lucho showed us the correct way to eat them and then asked if anyone wanted to try. Greg was volunteered and eagerly ...

    Day 16 + Day 17!

    A travel blog entry by sherda on Jul 20, 2015

    15 photos

    ... breakfast we went on a long walk in the jungle by daylight and we saw more really cool stuff!!! Franklin our guide grew up in the jungle and speaks both Quichiwa and Spanish. We were so hot when we got back that we spent some time by the pool! Then after lunch Franklin painted our faces and took us to a Amazonian village. At the village they showed us how to make the yucca drink and how to make chocolate! The kids did a dance and then made ...

    Rainforest Visit

    A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Jun 18, 2015

    24 photos

    ... and German. There is also an emphasis on traditional knowledge. The children sang some songs for us before packing up for the day. We talked to the teachers, thanking them for letting us visit. After this, it was onto AmaZOOnico, a place where animals that have been rescued from illegal animal trading are able to recover. If possible they are set free in the forest ...

    Way down deep in the middle of the jungle...

    A travel blog entry by racheljaynet on May 13, 2015

    14 photos

    ... cinnamon amongst other things. We also got headdresses and he chose symbols to paint us with, mine being female strength, thanks Me Delfin. On our return to camp there was an impressive saucer size tarantula to greet us. I was so glad! Our last dinner was several tonnes of spaghetti with liquorice tea and was followed by a mission impossible walk with the homie past half the spiders in the jungle. That night fire was more sensible and we had a wicked evening where the ...

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    The balcony
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    The river view from our place
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