La Andaluza

Address: Chuquipogyo Panamerica Norte KM 14, Riobamba, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Chuquipogyo Panamerica Norte KM 14, Riobamba, is near Silver Island (Isla de la Plata), Pro Bici, and Lakes of Ozogoche (Lagunas de Ozogoche).
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Travel Blogs from Riobamba

On Saving, Spending and Satisfaction

A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Jul 09, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... and groceries, and for 6 months, I saved like hell. And it worked! Every two weeks I was able to put away $600, and soon, my bank account headed nearer to the amount I needed to make this adventure a reality. With the amount I saved and a goal of traveling for 6 months, my daily budget was set at just under $60 dollars/day. Now that I am here, though, my expenses are FAR below that number. With the accessibility of quality hostels, I am able to ...

Landslides and closed roads

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Jun 29, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... the town more than we thought. And we decide to stick to our previous routine: if you find a good hotel at three, take it. At night, unable to sleep I decide that if the rain does not stop immediately, we are not going to Baños at all and we are giving Puyo and Tena a miss. It is not supposed to be the raining season yet. But it is. And if nature decides to change its plan, so should we. This is not de Veluwe. These landslides are freaking dangerous and we need to get out of ...

Volcanos and Eruptions

A travel blog entry by north2south on Jun 29, 2015

8 photos

... With voices like ball-park vendors, and the haggling aggression of a used-car salesman, Ecuadorian bus solicitors would, and could, make you cry if tears somehow had value. I think tears trickled out as we finally got into Riobamba. We had only one full day here. Surrounding the city are 5 volcanos, so we decided to climb one...a dormant one. At 14,500 ft, the altitude was not the toughest obstacle to overcome. Rather, the inescapable gusts of ...

Jungle Boogie!!

A travel blog entry by liamanduna on May 13, 2015

7 comments, 116 photos

... getting smashed everywhere by the currents. Una was the first to fall in and basically **** herself, consuming lots of river water as the health and safety talk before we got in the raft went out the window in her state of panic. Once back on board there is no time to rest though as your stuck in the middle of the rapids so you need to power through as waves are smashing into you. Coming across whirlpools makes it pretty scary as you cant swim out of them ...

From Downpours to Sun

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 01, 2015

36 photos

... the cathedral were covered in paintings depicting eruptions over the centuries, as well as several times when the Virgin Mary supposed intervened and spared the city. The sun was out in force and we were all dry and hot not long after leaving the bus.

Everyone was in particularly good moods when we met up and departed the city, as the skies remained blue and we were heading to our hacienda for the night. We left the highway and drove down into and then ...