Hotel Libertador

Colón 14-30 y Bolivar , Loja, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Loja

Happy Birthday, Bruce!

A travel blog entry by intouchrn


... top of it. She exhibited confidence that all would be right. I couldn’t help but believe her. Perhaps healing begins with someone reminding us and our bodies that they can heal!

After 8 years, Bruce’s CPAP machine ******* out. A switch. I think he’s taking off to Quito soon to have it repaired or replaced. After Friday he flies 1/2 price as he’s 65. Hard to believe.
We’re having a pot luck ...

"Let's take a road-trip!"

A travel blog entry by intouchrn


... 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.


Re-connecting with the States-in person!

A travel blog entry by intouchrn


... you can watch as food is prepared. Some with natural ingredients (they say), or wood burning ovens and stoves. Some places seemed to conform to my sketchy memory. 11 1/2 years since I lived there...

I was impacted by new roads, or tall, new apartment rows that went on and on and on. With all the discussion of drought I couldn’t help but wonder why there was so much new construction, that obviously was going to serve more and more people. The density ...

Life in the Clouds

A travel blog entry by damangela


... dinner dishes we retired to our tent, brushed our teeth, changed into sleeping clothes, and read with head lamps or played Candy Crush (Juliette). I was always first to fall asleep.

The three of us and our travel packs fit snuggly in the tent Kent provided. Antoine and Juliette laid their sleeping bags on the thick three inch foam mattress, while I had to contend with a flimsy cot mattress. There wasn’t much room to move around but ...

In Saraguro and Loja

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


... is all maintained but seemed stuck in time. People wear their traditional dress that has some similarities with Swiss mountain clothing -- boots, thick socks, and knickerbockers for the men (shorts came down to the middle of the calf) with jacket, long hair and a black felt hat. Women had the long black skirts (lots of them) a shawl of some kind and long hair and a felt hat (taller than a man's).


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