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 …

    Volcano trudging and mountain hiking

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 16, 2014

    ... cabanas and a dorm cabana.  We opted to stay in the private cabana which is so sweet with its downstairs firelace and bathroom and upstairs loft with room for a double bed and triangular window looking staright towards Cotoapxi at the back and the llamas in the paddock below us.The gardens are beautiful with loads of flowers and little paths towrds the main house where we eat and up to the jacuzzi cabana. Wow! We have paid close to 100 dollars a night for this slice ...

    El Volcan Cotopaxi

    A travel blog entry by rischontheroad on Jun 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... everywhere. There were wild horses roaming nearby in fields filled with wildflowers and pumice-like volcanic stones.
    The weather was misty and cloudy for much of our stay but the clouds did part briefly around sunset, giving a great view of the peak. It's incredibly tranquil, quiet, and still. I could spend days here just sipping coffee and reading out in the ...

    The Cruel Cotopaxi Climb

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 14, 2014

    26 photos

    ... before reaching the glacier, and I was already starting to get very hot - perhaps I had been overly enthusiastic with my layers! I removed a couple of layers and felt much better. We eventually arrived at the glacier, and were required to attach our crampons and connect with one-another via harnesses and rope. We then set out up the glacier, using a funny side-stepping motion to try to make things easier for our muscles. The first thing I made sure to do was drop ...

    Loop-the-Quilotoa Loop

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 11, 2014

    73 photos

    ... at the service window to sell us a ticket, so we climbed onto the bus where we would buy a ticket straight from the conductor (as is common practice in Ecuador).

    What we didn't expect was how clueless the young conductor would be - usually they are very switched on, however he took our money and never gave us tickets, despite me asking him and all the while sitting in unoccupied seats. Eventually he told us that there wasn't enough room (although Jesse and Rene got seats) and ...