Imperio Del Sol Hotel

Address: P.O.Box 1557, Ibarra, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O.Box 1557, Ibarra, is near La Merced Church (Iglesia de la Merced).
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    Travel Blogs from Ibarra

    Is this Place Really More Than 400 Years Old?

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Mar 28, 2015

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    ... emigrated to the U.S. in the 1990's, after the collapse of the Soviet Union. They had won the "visa lottery" and moved to the U.S. with their two now-grown sons, speaking no English, and with $1,800 in their pocket. He has a masters in Electrical Engineering and she a PhD from Moscow Technical University. They ended in Baltimore because a church group there helped resettle them in the States. While they were not my favorite couple -- very ...

    Leaving the North of Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 03, 2015

    ... but it is particularly painful to see these young folks – who deep down understand that they are in trouble – with no idea of what it is and what to do about it.

    I have the thought to write An Open Letter to the Youth of the World: You have been acculturated to nonsense, it is pretty much inevitable in this madhouse we grow up in, step out of it. This everywhere present idea that the body needs to be forced and strained to ...

    Writing, Land & Food, and Ibarra

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Feb 15, 2015

    ... to collect the water so that it doesn’t rush onto their fields. Trees and windrows are left in the fields for water absorption, and shade which is much needed at these elevations when the sun is blistering down.

    I noticed several ‘farms’ sloping up gullies similar to the one described over lunch. All in all this is blessed country with great farmland and a great climate. I m not sure where it would be better.

    As we approached Ibarra ...


    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... community. When the Spanish arrived, they immediately put the indigenous people to work building the town's infrastructure as well as reclaiming the salt from the earth. This worked for a while, but then the 'white man's' diseases started to kill off the labour force. The Spanish, ever resourceful, imported slaves from Africa and the people here are the result of the slave trade!

    There is not a salt mine as ...


    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 28, 2015

    ... problemo. He came to ask me what I wanted and I pointed to 3 fellows a few tables away. The tables next to me were having soupa. Si. And off he went and came back with a bowl of soup. When in Rome … the soup was tasty. Kind of a gravy with potatoes and carrots and a piece of grizzle. Then came the juice and then the plate that I had pointed at. Rice, potatoes, veggies, meat and a sauce. The owner said "Bon appytee." To which I responded with my old standby, ...

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