Hosteria San Luis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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RE ECUADOR, OTAVALO
January 22, 2015
KINDA SCRAMBLED BUT THE DAY WORKS OUT WELL
The weather is wet and cold and my guess is that nearly everyone is wet and cold. The fellow from Florida who has been here 15 years says that is weather is 'epic' – flooding and a great *********** the locals. It is sure as hell cold.
I went out walking this morning and after a bit was chuckling about what a piece of cake it ...
... more interesting. We walked up to a mirador and there was a cave, it looked really dodgy so we didn't go inside instead walked back to the Inca museum. It was closed so we headed back into town. Walking through the city alongside the train line we were lucky enough to pass and old, fat guy having a **** in his car, with his dick practically hanging out the window, poor man it wasn't very big! We wandered back through the market and got a really good deal on some beaded ...
... 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. They live next door to each other in a reasonably small plantation but overlooking breath-taking forested hills. ...
... I was there in April with Emma, Kate etc. Llamas in one open-backed truck, pigs being hauled into another, loads of ducklings, chickens, guinea pigs, geese and some rabbits.
It was a very hot day, so after leaving the animal market we walked along one side of the daily market and then headed to the church to sit inside in the coolness and rest for a little bit out of the hubbub. As we walked in a recording of the famous waltz by Strauss started ...
... through developing a thriving textile industry, small shops run in homes throughout the region. Probably more than any other indigenous South American group, they have succeeded in maintaining, even exporting, their traditional culture in dress, traditional handicrafts, and Andean music.
They are a photogenic lot, and friendly, and while we had fun watching the movement of animals, we ...