Hacienda- Hosteria Chorlavi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... her travels and spent a week on the Galapagos Islands which she described with enthusiasm about the beauty of the place and how the animals and people coexists and animals don’t take much notice of people. She is off to Australia and New Zealand and if I have it correctly traveling for one year.
Ah youth, the young fill me with Life.
Mostly Writing is the title of today’s blog. I could feel the ...
... around the main streets looking for a laundry, without luck, there appears to be one laundry in the town and it was closed. Oh well off to drop the hammocks back in our room, find some lunch and then walk to the waterfalls. For lunch we had a lovely sandwich, fries and a beer - plain ordinary food with out rice or pasta, exactly what we wanted. We had to walk to the other end of town and across the railway line and follow the road until we reached the waterfalls. It was ...
THE PLACE : Only a handful of isolated settlements sit within the remote and sub-tropical cloudforest region of Intag in north-western Ecuador. Dave and I stayed in two of them, Pucara and Irubi, both of which are well and truly off the tourist trail. These places certainly wouldn't have been on my radar had it not been for Dave. Not only had none of the Ecuadorians I've ever spoken to, either on the plane or on long bus journeys, ever heard of the area but it occupies roughly only ...
... from the store, other locals were buying things like eggs, and most people were just coming buy to see what was happening. Kids were playing in the background, a woman brought her cattle to graze in the grass next to the store, we talked about the hike and listened to the stories of the dangerous bike ride...it was a very time. We walked up the road and watched some of the locals prepare for the purification ...
The bus journey from Otavalo to Cayambe took just over an hour and cost only 75 cents. At Cayambe we took a taxi three kilometres down the road to Quitsato Sundial, where I had been before in April. We received the same interesting talk as I had done then (see blog post no.77 for the details of that), looked round and took some pictures.