Hotel Libertador

Colón 14-30 y Bolivar , Loja, Ecuador | Hotel
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Interesting restaurant in Vilcabamba yesterday

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jul 18, 2014

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I left Vilcabamba this morning and am now killing time at Loja bus terminal before I go on to the airport at Catamayo for my flight to Quito.

For dinner last night in Vilcabamba I had some pizza at quite a quirky bar/restaurant. The place was filled with decorations and souvenirs; some hung from the ceiling, others were nailed to pillars and the side of the bar top, others stood ...

Loja, cultural capital of southern Ecuador

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jul 14, 2014

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... to have later, walked along the oldest street in Loja looking at the colourful colonial buildings and then stopped in an internet caf for a couple of hours.

In the evening I went back to the church of Santo Domingo. The interior was beautiful; I looked around for a bit after buying and lighting a candle for Dad. Then I carried on to a restaurant by the river where I had another humita and tamale before going back to the hotel for an early night.

July, 2014

A travel blog entry by intouchrn on Jul 13, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... more sweeping than usual.

Clothes are whipped around on clotheslines. The air is warm during the day, hot without the cloud cover, but at night a light blanket is required. It’s 10am and 71 degrees. Going to be toasty. Bruce is in bliss.The incredible factors are the skies. The blue is breathtaking and the clouds shift and move. They string out in wispy ones, gathering together in layered puffs that race across the sky. We ...

The Quilotoa Loop

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jun 10, 2014

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... and caught a bus for Sigchos with day packs carrying the bare essentials. The two-hour ride up was highlighted by stunning views of Andean peaks boasting the most organized hillside agriculture I've ever seen. We got a great view of the snow-capped Cotopaxi volcano along the way and watched the locals tend to their fields the way they have for countless generations. Having taken numerous bus rides in the ...

"Let's take a road-trip!"

A travel blog entry by intouchrn on Apr 13, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... br>

The car whined a bit, something had seen WAY too much mud. But after going through two rivers, it abated, and we proceeded home unscathed. I sat, quietly chanting the Gayatri the whole way home. Bruce simply navigated the Andean curves back home to Vilcabamba.

Next time he says “road trip” I’m packing a hamper of food, a couple of beers, and our tall rubber boots. Just in case, because– one never knows.



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