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

On Saving, Spending and Satisfaction

A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Jul 09, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... rooms - sometimes with a private bathroom and other times shared - for anywhere from $7 - $25. A delicious Ecuadorian almuerzo (that includes a soup, rice and meat and a fresh juice) runs at $2.50. Large Ecuadorian Pilsner: $1.50. Buses: anywhere from $.15 - $3 (the $3 ride will take you a quarter of the way across the country). All that to say, Ecuador is cheap. And Peru and Bolivia are even less expensive. My average daily spending runs ...

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 ...

What a place

A travel blog entry by melaniemorris on Jun 06, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... ship with my life jacket on doing a fire drill. Although it's not a fire drill on a ship. Lunch was lovely - on someone's private land. Three percent of the island's land is privately owned - the other 97 percent is preserve land. Most of the people on the islands make their living from tourism. We were supposed to go to the Charles Darwin research facility after lunch to see the five tortoises they have ...

Jungle Boogie!!

A travel blog entry by liamanduna on May 13, 2015

7 comments, 116 photos

... in place of the magma and lava.


From the top the views were amazing with constant changing colours on the water due to the volcanic minerals. We hiked down the crater to the lake, and luckily were the only ones there due to good timing. We hired a 2 man kayak and paddled across the lake, some areas of the lake were bubbling due to the volcanic activity below and stunk of sulphur, i.e. rotten eggs!! After soaking up some rays paddling across ...

Baeza and Quijos Kayak

A travel blog entry by lkaucky on Mar 26, 2015

6 photos

We woke up pretty early, with the intent to have breakfast at Ginas and then attempt to find a driver, communicate to him in spanish that we need a taxi and confirm river levels, and hopefully get on the Quijos Borja run. We were possibly thinking we could continue on to the next section, the El Chaco canyon, also on the Quijos pending how we felt after the first section. We managed to get through to Juelo, who ...