Imperio Del Sol Hotel

P.O.Box 1557, Ibarra, Ecuador | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by ecuador_expats


... dealing with a medical emergency, or the affordability of health insurance. Plus the medical care is very good -- not just cost-wise, but the fellow-feeling that our doctors, for the most part, have displayed towards us. We also lack the worry of having to heat our homes, deal with harsh winters or hot summers & whatever dangerous winds the change of seasons brings with them. And here in the Andes, when we're in the rainy season, there certainly can be lots ...

Comin' Round the Mountain

A travel blog entry by jamespatterson


... case, they stuck.

The Sacramento Mountains, in which Cloudcroft lies, rise out of the Chihuahuan desert like an oasis fit for a D. H. Lawrence saga. Like many other mountains ranges, the air around them is clear and cool and you can ride toward them for days without seeming to come any closer. And yet, if you keep riding, you ...

Day 76

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

... actually takes us 6 hours and 10 minutes!! We follow the directions on the website to find our room for the next three nights. We are staying at “Las Palmeras Inn” ( We booked it last night after Amb did some research and we are hoping it will be nice. We have a little bit of trouble with the driveway because our car is very small and low to the ground and there is a grass runway between two rock tracks ...

Day 43

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

... our three hours and when the time is up Paco is waiting. He takes us to one of his families homes to use the bathroom and them we are on our way again. Next is a visit to "Cascada de Peguche" (a waterfall). It too is beautiful and very powerful. All too soon it is time to make the two hour drive back home. Amb and I ask Paco to stop so we can buy Elena some roses…a dozen long stem roses (with no thorns) at just…are you ...

The Quilotoa loop, Quito and Otavalo. ..

A travel blog entry by hastie_gringo


... fights its way through the heavy rain filled cloud and ya can see the potential for awesomeness but for now the down duvet on our hostel bed is much more appealing. About 100km from the equator.....5 degrees celsius....

On a completely unrelated note Jen who is in the pantanal in Brazil also lets us know she has just seen a jaguar. I for one will need more proof than the photo she sent us...or the 180 others she allegedly took :-D

Spending the night out here pays ...


This hotel, located on P.O.Box 1557, Ibarra, is near La Merced Church (Iglesia de la Merced).
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