Hacienda- Hosteria Chorlavi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... or beef that looks like a poorer cut couldn’t be found. Salad or veggies. And a 12 oz glass of fruit juice and dessert – usually a piece of cake. 3 year old kids, grandmas missing teeth looking like they are about to keel over and die, and everybody in between fire back a meal like this to the last scrap. All that is left sitting on the plate is the gnawed soup bone. It is amazing how these folks can pack away the food.
I tried a few of the ...
... to visit. The next stop was a view point of a volcano and a volcanic lake. It was really beautiful. There was a little souvenir shop and a lama and an alpaca. The lama was much cuter. And there was a cute little boy posing with his lama. There was also a little shop selling traditional Panama hats. I really want a cute fedora but they all looked a little ridiculous. We were getting back on the bus when I stepped in dog ****. For the first time that day. ...
The day is grey and dark which is pretty typical as we are on the way to cross the border in to Ecuador. We follow the Pan American all the way to Ipiales a typical grim border town. Looked worse in the rain. First we have to check out of Colombia. Which has been a country full of surprises. The people have been wonderful, the ...
Another long travel day but it was worth it. We landed in Otavlo, a quiet beautiful market town north of Quito. We had a whole day shopping in the beatiful markets - amazing arts and crafts. We all went a bit mad with the array ...
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 ...