Hotel Montecarlo

Address: Av. Jaime Rivadeneira 555 y Oviedo, Ibarra, n/a, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Av. Jaime Rivadeneira 555 y Oviedo, Ibarra.
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      Travel Blogs from Ibarra

      Hidden cloudforest : Intag - Pucara and Irubi

      A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 05, 2014

      32 photos

      ... usually comprising lentils, rice, tree tomatoes and huge slabs of 'homegrown' pork and their chucks, spiced with herbs grown in the back yard, as well as hand pressed juice from fruit which had fallen from the surrounding trees. Wherever we went, we were offered warm handshakes, homemade treats, locally grown coffee and on one occasion Marcelo insisted on us downing 3 shots of sugar cane liquor (my personal favourite!) before we left for the 12pm ...

      Pigs, Orchids, & the Equator!

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on May 17, 2014

      25 photos

      ... up a couple of Otavaleņo guides, our intrepid driver navigated our bus up a rutted, windy road to a spot near the highest point of the crater.

      Certainly the crater views were dramatic, and visible from multiple angles as we worked our way 3 miles down to the visitor center. Wildflowers were in bloom everywhere, including several colorful species of orchid, and were a strong supporting cast ...

      Comin' Round the Mountain

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Apr 10, 2014

      6 comments

      ... br>
      Although I would never be mistaken for a mountain man, I cannot deny their pull. Since long before they became the domain of West Coast elitists and psychotic woodsman, mountains have held a mythology all their own. The final frontier, the gateway to the Coast – a dreamscape for the pretend-poor and moonshiners alike. ...

      Otavalo Markets and Lake Cotacachi

      A travel blog entry by katyflo on Mar 15, 2014

      39 photos

      ... forget free range and fairness to animals. First things I see? Pigs being walked like dogs, and people carrying chickens 2 at a time like they would a carrier bag, by the feet.

      Walking through the market you have to squeeze past people carrying bags of what you only assume are chickens or other poultry. Sometimes it wasn't even a bag, it could have been a laundry basket or whatever else they could find to bring to carry ...

      Market

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

      33 photos

      ... are too busy selling, buying and trading a number of animals that could fill a zoo. Pigs, cows, horses, oxen, chicken, roosters, guinea pigs, dogs, cats, geese, ducks, goats, sheep, and in the midst of this chaotic Noah's Ark a solitary llama with a puzzled expression that seems to ask himself "where did I end up?"; the same thing that we ask ourselves, for that matter. Walking in the mud among the beasts, the chaos, the stench, the screams of men and animals, is ...