Hosteria San Luis

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

    Hiking, Harvesting, and a long day

    A travel blog entry by benschulz01 on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... as well as an alcoholic drink called chicha. After a short demonstatiom I how to harvest it, we descended upon the field like locusts. After an hour or so the work was done. The corn would later be removed from the cob and dried in the sun even further. We played in the morning, worked in the afternoon, and then it was time to relax outside the little village store. Kids from around the community were coming by to ...


    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Mar 10, 2014

    33 photos

    ... non fare caso ai gringos che si aggirano per il mercato con le loro macchine fotografiche: sono troppo impegnati nel vendere, comprare e contrattare un quantità di animali da far impallidire un zoo. Maiali, vacche, cavalli, buoi, galli e galline, porcellini d'India, cani, gatti, oche, anatre, capre, pecore, e nel bel mezzo di questa caotica arca di Noè, un solitario lama dall'espressione perplessa che sembrava chiedersi "ma dove sono finito?"; la stessa cosa che ...

    The Great Andes Mountain Culture

    A travel blog entry by 2014galapagos on Feb 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... When asked about its significance, our guide, Edison, told us that it represents corn. Corn is the staple of their diets, and most every house in the mountains has its own small field with a few, or several species of their precious maize. Women wear shawls wrapped loosely around their shoulders, and many carry small children across their backs in swaddling cloths, which look like simple sheets.

    Edison asked the driver to ...


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 20, 2013

    6 photos

    ... Not cheap here so will try later in my travels.

    The hat workshops were not open today as apparently Children’s
    Day, but still enjoyed some lovel views from town and the cheapest almuerzo yet
    - $1.60 for a good soup and a poor main & juice – what do you expect at
    that price!

    Enjoyed a good wood-fired pizza for dinner & a beer on
    the roof terrace at the hostel with friendly fellow travellers.


    A day out with the Extended Family

    A travel blog entry by ruby.honnor on Nov 24, 2013

    7 photos

    ... mud, but oh no… he comes back with a massive bunch of plantains and bananas cut straight from the plant. At least we wouldn’t go hungry!

    After much faffing around they managed not to pull the truck out using the tractor but instead lift it out using the front of the tractor as leverage! By this time the rest of our party had walked down from Celio Verde to meet us and we all climbed about the now slightly damaged truck which had been quickly bashed ...