Hacienda- Hosteria Chorlavi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today we are going on a round trip we have booked an additional night in the Hacienda leave all our gear in the room off we go. First stop is the market in Otavallo.
The indigenous Otavaleņos are famous for weaving textiles, usually made of wool (that is sometimes as black as a raven), which are sold at the famous Saturday market.
... of him at camp despite being very close to the buses in my tent.
Shirley lost her EFI today - she was really ill last night and in the end her and Dan got a lift from a police vehicle up to the Lunch Bus as no taxi would take them and their bikes.
My legs are a mess from the bites from the sandflies - look very spectacular so had to take a photo and put it on Facebook for a bit of sympathy.
In Quito tomorrow and a rest day - ...
... club. I have a hard time speaking and understanding fluent Spanish in normal noise levels, never mind at a club. They took us to a club called Tsunami first. We had a round of shots and danced until the second club, Paradise City, opened.
Note to self for future reference on location: Teodor de la torre y cruz verde cerca del cementerio del rico.
Miguel drove us to Paradise City. I disliked that smoking was allowed inside, but other ...
... those in and no sooner had she left when there was another knock. This time a young man came in carry a pile of dry wood. He proceeded to build a raging fire in the ceramic fireplace. Laying in bed, with my hot-water bottle, listening to the crackle and watching the fire as I fell asleep was one of my highlights from the trip. Though the fire died out in the night, the ceramic walls of the stove were still hot in the morning and the room was very cozy.
... leap in aging? If it is the altitude I will ruminate about Bolivia and 4000 meters. Adrian (I haven’t said anything about the Aussies but I can see why my son liked his travels down under. Laughter and good humor along with well told stories of their travels is the order of the day for this couple.) Back to Adrian: He spoke highly of Panama. He and Alise had rented a boat for a month for a pittance. We’ll see.