Hosteria La Casa de Hacienda
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... is more to Di with a sign we found indicating it was for under 12s only rather then my lack of zip lining ability! Needless to say the girls still had a try!! There was also a tennis court in the grounds so we grabbed some rackets and balls and went for a knockabout. The star of the show had to be Vic who once she managed to contain the canon of an arm she's got and had gone and fetched all the balls she'd smashed out if the court ...
... and clothes. Some items were geared towards tourists such as multi-colored striped pants, and white tops for women with a flower collar. One section of the market was devoted to selling food such as spices, fruits, and vegetables. Piled high on front loaded tables they added to the tableau of color that surrounded us. Another part of the market we did not reach was devoted to selling animals. We saw a women walking down the ...
... meat, mostly bone), which was right to be questioned - we were both sick by the following day! After having some medication, we packed and departed for the town, sharing a taxi with the Canadians from the night before.
In town we waited for midday and Antonio to arrive, the Quito local who we would be couchsurfing (staying) with for a few days in Ecuador - he was supposedly working in the area and had agreed to pick us up from Otavalo. ...
Hi all, Hope you are enjoying the travels as much as we are. We left Santa Cruz yesterday, leaving our hotel at 7 am. It was an adventurous trip to the airport with a 45min bus trip then elbow our way onto the ferry ( thanks to Blanka) and then elbow our way onto the free bus to the airport (thanks to Rob). Then a flight to one town where we sat in the plane while the next lot were ushered aboard. It seems to happen that ...
Condor Park above Otavalo, Ecuador contains many wild birds -- eagles, hawks, owls, condors, etc.-- that are rescued and rehabilitated with many being released back into the wild. And some have been imported from the US. One of those eagles is called ...