Hosteria San Luis

Address: Via Tabacundo, Ibarra, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Tabacundo, Ibarra.
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      Travel Blogs from Ibarra

      Otavalo, last stop before Colombia!

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Sep 28, 2014

      18 photos

      ... around the main streets looking for a laundry, without luck, there appears to be one laundry in the town and it was closed. Oh well off to drop the hammocks back in our room, find some lunch and then walk to the waterfalls. For lunch we had a lovely sandwich, fries and a beer - plain ordinary food with out rice or pasta, exactly what we wanted. We had to walk to the other end of town and across the railway line and follow the road until we reached the waterfalls. It was ...

      Hidden cloudforest : Intag - Pucara and Irubi

      A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 05, 2014

      32 photos

      ... a great deal of his time working with the Andean Bear Foundation (www.andeanbear.org). THE PEOPLE : The initial disappointment in not being able to stay at Dave's friend's paradisiacal pad overlooking a massive valley of cloud-forested hills, complete with decking, hammocks, tropical vegetable patch and wait for it ... Wifi!! quickly subsided when we were welcomed with open arms by the Perugachi family, particularly sisters Antonia and Mercedes. ...

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

      A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jul 03, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... apparent that many towns in Ecuador try to become famous for one thing or another. Everyone in town competes with each other. We drove through one town that sells clown figurines, another sold pants (hundreds of pairs on mannequins lining the streets) and another sells wood carvings. After our long day out, the kids stayed in and we went out with Suzy and Pepe to their local town square, which was beautiful, and had some wine and dinner and terrific ...

      You Can Never be Unhappy in a Poncho

      A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 20, 2014

      4 photos

      ... but the Otavaleņos gained an unexpected benefit from it. De Salazar set up a weaving workshop using the already skilled Indigenous people as a workforce. Soon Otavalo was supplying textiles to all of South America. Nowadays textiles and handcrafts from Otavalo are exported all around the world. And with these artistic skills came Otavalo's next big break - tourism. The famous Saturday market draws in tourists from around the world, pockets stuffed ...

      Comin' Round the Mountain

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Apr 10, 2014

      6 comments

      ... case, they stuck.

      The Sacramento Mountains, in which Cloudcroft lies, rise out of the Chihuahuan desert like an oasis fit for a D. H. Lawrence saga. Like many other mountains ranges, the air around them is clear and cool and you can ride toward them for days without seeming to come any closer. And yet, if you keep riding, you ...