Hotel Cuello de Luna

El Chasqui, Panamericana Sur Km 44, Cotopaxi, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on El Chasqui, Panamericana Sur Km 44, Cotopaxi.
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    Travel Blogs from Cotopaxi

    Biking down a volcano

    A travel blog entry by paulcunningham on Oct 28, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    The first day on the truck (never to be called a bus) started with a trip to the equator. The real equator not the site where the French mistakenly built a big theme park ....

    Lots of odd things on the equator. Changing the direction of water going down a plug hole, just by moving a few metres was good. However the strangest was trying to …

    Breathless

    A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Oct 04, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... 233;quatorien est venu vers nous et semblait déjà savoir là où nous allions. Après 1 heure d'attente dans le bus et une brève conversation avec un gars du Yorkshire, notre voyage de 2 heures a commencé et nous sommes arrivés à Quilotoa vers 12h30. Alors que nous descendions, une vue spectaculaire s'est offerte à nous. 40 minutes d'une descente raide plus tard, nous touchions le lac ...

    The Volcano that Kicked My Ass

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Aug 05, 2014

    2 photos

    ... from a lady in one of the handicraft stalls and what with all the layers I had one thought I would be fine.

    Wrong. Once we got up to the next stop (we were driving up in phases to get used to the altitude, Cotopaxi is more than 5,800 metres high, we were going up to 4,500 metres, the rest is covered in snow), it had started to rain. And it was much, much colder. And when we finally reached the place where we could get on our bikes, we were inside ...

    Volcano trudging and mountain hiking

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 16, 2014

    ... who were leaving and they had diamox for altitude sickness prevention that they no longer needed so we had taken a tablet each.The altitude was affecting me for sure as I was more breathless at exertion.  Feeling prepared with the diamox was a relief because soon after ascending the hidiously slippery trail Narissa was struggling with breathlessness more than us. We found it terribly hard to go high and stopped often but our breath recovered quickly with short rests. Wayne ...

    Market Day in Saquisili

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on May 29, 2014

    29 photos

    ... region have one of the most peculiar accents I've ever heard, and some of them speak even faster than people in the Caribbean.

    So I played farmer for a few days and hiked an hour each morning out to the farm to separate the calves from their mothers and then milk the latter, feed hens, collect ripe cacao pods, bring down corn from the fields for fodder and gather passion fruit that was literally falling to ...