Hosteria San Luis
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to collect the water so that it doesn’t rush onto their fields. Trees and windrows are left in the fields for water absorption, and shade which is much needed at these elevations when the sun is blistering down.
I noticed several ‘farms’ sloping up gullies similar to the one described over lunch. All in all this is blessed country with great farmland and a great climate. I m not sure where it would be better.
As we approached Ibarra ...
... There were a ton of ponchos and blankets and scarves made with alpaca yarn. It was incredible how soft it was. I was this close to buying one but didn't want to carry it around... I wanted a scarf but not a super heavy warm one. I didn't get anything cause I'm sure we can find similar items in Peru. We saw a vendor with some North face jackets. But looking at the tag in the jacket it was a random no name. I took a quick photo and then was told no ...
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... Markets it was already bustling under the hot sun. We arranged a meeting point and split into small groups. Sam, Bec and I went to tackle our first bit of bartering. It was a little daunting at first but we soon got the hang of it and started to enjoy ourselves. After buying too much we stopped for lunch at an Ecuadorian fast food restaurant for sandwiches and a milkshake. Delicious and a lot healthier than westernised fast ...
... 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. They live ...