Hotel Posada Real

4 de Enero y 27 de Febrero esq., Puyo, Ecuador | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Puyo

Wet and Green

A travel blog entry by benschulz01

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... about his land, his family, and the Quichua people. Delfin taught us some his folklore and practices that the Quichua still do today. First was the welcoming dance, then he taught us the wedding ceremony, and finally he talked and demonstrated a very basic shamanistic ritual involving a cleansing. He asked for a volunteer and I said "sure." Before he started he explained the significance of the leaves, the tobacco smoke, the perfume, and the prayers. I sat in the floor while ...

Two Weeks Living in a Zoo

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures

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I'm not one for living dangerously, I never have been. I have no desire to go bungee jumping, I don't get a kick out of driving fast, I go weak in the knees at any appreciably height. So swinging from a flimsy piece of wood attached by rope to a tree branch over a cliff with a steep drop to the ground, hundreds of meters below, is something I would never do. But..... I did do it. And it was amazing. I did this amazing, terrifying, totally crazy, dangerous, ridiculously fun ...

Hola Quito!

A travel blog entry by cherub94

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... t happen. On the top is a small church and cafe. There are many hikes you can do up here and even some horseriding (if you have total faith that the horse won't freak out at some point and run down the mountain!!) It is very beautiful with many wildflowers and sharp peaks. After walking for a while we see slithers of Quito through the cloud.
At this point i'm thinking: hot chocolate! In the modern part of Quito is the Mariscal area where you can find many ...

Baños and the Volcano of Fire

A travel blog entry by blake.tom

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Ceola and I headed to Baños on a bus that took around two hours from Saquisilí. My hostel was called Chimenea and hers Plantas y Blanco and fortunately they were a couple of minutes walk from each other. There was also a great café opposite her hostel called Ali Cumba which was owned by a Danish lady who was a little odd but seemed nice enough. Once we checked in to each of our hostels, Ceola and I went to the café to take in the Baños atmosphere. Most cafés and restaurants have ...

7 days later

A travel blog entry by mollie.kenerson

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... Walking to school for the first time by myself literally had my heart racing at an ungodly speed but fortunately I have gotten used to my straight-shot walk to school each day with all the commotion, whistling and occasional shouts from men, and actually enjoy it. On friday I walked out of my apartment building and just smiled, how could you not be happy in such a beautiful place with the most amazing weather in the world?! It has been sunny and warm every ...

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