La Andaluza

Address: Chuquipogyo Panamerica Norte KM 14, Riobamba, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Day five

A travel blog entry by ecuadortrip on Dec 15, 2014

... colors, from the coral on the bottom to the fish swimming around. When I touched the coral it had this soft but hard feeling. The fish I saw where so magnificent, there colors were so eye catching and there were so many of them. After getting back on the boat, we sailed over to the island. After I arrived on ...

Ecuador

A travel blog entry by tunalim on Dec 01, 2014

... Amazonía, also known as El Oriente ("the east"), comprises the Amazon rainforest areas in the eastern part of the country, accounting for just under half of the country's total surface area, though populated by less than 5% of the population.

  • Prehistoric lands of the Galapagos

    A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Oct 17, 2014

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    Our second day in Puerto Ayora was planned to be a lazy day on the beach, not quite realising it was a 3.5km walk to get there... However, the stroll along the boardwalk through the mangroves to a secluded island beach wasn't too tough...;-) Nelly (our host) continued the 'Galapagos mum' treatment by cooking us a super huge piece of beef (& veggies for Lil) in the evening, preceeded by an impromptu drive into town to spot oir ...

  • Ten days in Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... We've been to a couple of markets already but this place does them on a different scale. As we'd got into Ecuador slightly ahead of our schedule (Inca Trail being the schedule anchor at the end of the month) we decided to chill here for a couple of days, do some hiking and break up the journey down to Quito. Our hike out behind the town and up to a stunning lake was spot on, we followed rough tracks up until we got a bit lost and used initiative to steer ourselves towards the ...

    Across Ecuador with Angela and Bernard

    A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... it started to get dark we finished cycling and were told buses would pick us up to take us back to Baños as it is all uphill. This turned out not to be the case as all buses were full, so we ended up having to pay a 4x4 driver to put our bikes in the back and take us back!

    Next stop on the route south was Alausi, a town famous for a train ride to the Devil's Nose which is only for tourists now and costs $25 per person. We stayed with an Ecuadorian American on his ...