Hosteria Jatuncocha

San Pablo del Lago, San Pablo Del Lago, Imbabura, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on San Pablo del Lago, San Pablo Del Lago, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from San Pablo Del Lago


A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Sep 25, 2014

8 photos

... when they came to inhibit the land. Only 150 of the most important people lived in the buildings and over 3000 lived around in the hills. The main and most impressive building was of oval shape facing west to east, and this is the only place in all of South America that the Incas built this shape building. It was built there because they new about the sun and how the earth moved and that that was the closest to North and South. They used volcanic stones to build there buildings ...


A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Mar 01, 2014

20 photos

... 241;os, just to spend the Carnival and get some other buckets of water in our face. The trip should last all day with a change of bus in a small town halfway between here and there; no more night buses, after all Ecuador is a small country in comparison to those in which we have been so far and the bus trips will certainly be shorter. Then maybe, if the clouds and the rain will stop for a minute or two, we could also have a look at the beautiful scenery from the window of the ...

Beautiful Cuenca!

A travel blog entry by lairsho on Jan 04, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

We arrived after five hours on the bus from Riobamba on Dec. 29th. I had reserved a room at La Casa Cuencana, a nice hostel in the old city with 3 buildings. We stayed for 4 nights in the newest building. It was a nice place, quiet, good bed, clean and a good hot shower. The only negative was that we couldn't use our building's kitchen. We cooked once in their building up the street, but enjoyed exploring the diverse cafes and restaurants while we looked for an ...

Ruins, churches and sombreros

A travel blog entry by slmackay on Nov 23, 2013

38 photos

... were quite small but cool. We didn't have much time before the bus was heading back though so we rushed around them quite quickly.

Back in town we went to check out the sombrero museum. We were shown round by a guy who had worked there for 25 years and got to see the process of the paja toquilla. All of the hats are still handwoven outside of the city then pressed into shape by machines in the workshop. It takes around 2 days to weave the basic hats. Anna tried on ...

Spanish vocab, birds and soft water

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Oct 05, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... the most qualified dancing Thorne. We tried to practice our moves this evening, but the band were so late that we called it a night before the dancing kicked off.

In the rest of our 'free time' we have checked out an Incan ruin site: Pumapungo, which came equipped with a cracking bird zoo, a lake and a tree full of caterpillars. I've also had some fun with the camera going down to the river ...