Hacienda- Hosteria Chorlavi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ibarra
... until they are a speck and then right out of sight. Tomorrow is Saturday. If I find that it is let the birds loose day I will head back.
What a trip up there. I stopped a cab just outside the hostel. Nice guy. After the hellos etc. I find it is sinko dollars – well quarto max. (he meant min.) Off we go for quarto dollors. I wouldn’t take my car on that road for a thousand dollars. Seriously. Potholes. Rocks, switchbacks, drainage ditches. ...
... 8211; all four of them. One had a huge pot of oatmeal on the go – another the bacon, and another a pot of scrambled eggs. Eggs are sold in flats of 36 and I’m pretty sure they had scrambled a flat of eggs. They talk a lot together and laugh a lot. They all smoke. Strapping healthly lads all.
Saturday morning I saw them playing hakkensack with the soccer ball. A little later the 6’ 4” fellow and one of his buddies were letting Ja beez ...
Leaving Otavalo by bus, we headed north to a town called Ibarra, about an hour away. Our purpose here was to take a train tour to a place called Salinas, 30 kms away, that was once a supplier of salt for export.
Arriving in Ibarra, we went directly to the train station to book our tickets. This is important because if there are not enough people booked, the train does not leave! Fortunately there were enough people ...
... climbs on Toby's head and bites too hard, and last night the fire died and I couldn't get it going again even after I tore all the "hard" pages out of the Sudoku book (and a bunch of toilet paper and most of the napkins) to use as kindling, but really, what it's all about is the cuddling because as long as my boys aren't too bulky and hormoned and armpit-haired to curl up with me any more, I'm going to grab every moment I can with them, until I ...
... will follow along at one’s heels. Today a young girl of 8 or 10 came scurrying my way shrieking and wedged herself in between me and the wall clutching my coat. Very unusual behavior. I gave a loud shout at the dogs and clapped my hands indicating to the girl not to be afraid of them and not to run but to shout at them. As soon as the pack moved on she fled.
The other thing I need to talk to the government about in addition to the dogs is the ...