Hacienda- Hosteria Chorlavi

Address: Panamericana km 4.5, Ibarra, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Panamericana km 4.5, Ibarra.
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Travel Blogs from Ibarra

Bienvenido at La Esperanza, Tabacundo, Cayambe

A travel blog entry by sa2014frda on Sep 30, 2014

29 photos

... We worked pretty hard, most of the time we are weeding beds. It is not very interesting so we decided to leave earlier. In fact, we learnt more with Remi who studied everything here. We go every night to eat with his family, they are lovely. These moments are the best because we exchange a lot with him and we can learn from our conversation. His family is adorable !!! We had some good time, it was a deep breath into the Ecuadorian culture. We ...

Hidden cloudforest : Intag - Pucara and Irubi

A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 05, 2014

32 photos

THE PLACE : Only a handful of isolated settlements sit within the remote and sub-tropical cloudforest region of Intag in north-western Ecuador. We 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 ...

The Equator? I've crossed it dozens of times.

A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

Today was a full day excursion, once again with Alex as our driver. We started at 9:30 and drove out to Mitad del Mundo ("Middle of the World"). This is where they built a monument showing where the equator lies. Yes, Ecuador is named because the equator runs through it. We took some photos and walked across the line dozens of times, all so we could claim the title of today's post. Next stop was the small town of Calderon, famous for "masapan", hand ...

Hiking, Harvesting, and a long day

A travel blog entry by benschulz01 on Jun 26, 2014

2 comments, 20 photos

... 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 ...

You Can Never be Unhappy in a Poncho

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 20, 2014

4 photos

... spent our first 3 days in Ecuador. We spent our time here doing ... well ... nothing really. We wandered around most days, soaking it all in, buying a llama wool scarf here and there, marvelling at the fresh fruits and veggies. And in our tradition of bumping into people everywhere we go, we bumped into Luuk and Lonneke, the lovely couple from the Netherlands we met at Maya Point in Panama. They were exhausted after hiking to the summit of one of ...