La Isla Hosteria

Puerto Quito, Quito, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quito


A travel blog entry by captain-slog

... the moving map as we came in to land at Quito. We were still at 2600 metres when the wheels kissed the tarmac! Obviously it was using the sea level air pressure setting for the map, not the airport air pressure. Technical stuff, but remember I used to work ...

Arriving in Quito

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell


... My hotel is in new Quito, an area of modern buildings, wide streets and wonderfully wide sidewalks which sport whimsical street art and enlarged photographs celebrating Quito’s past. I wish I could speak Spanish and read the information panels. There’s a bike share program; lots of people ride about on the bright red and blue cycles.

A large park is close by. It contains several soccer ...

The Galapagos and the End of the Journey!

A travel blog entry by yisouthamerica


... the early morning fog and drizzle with a spring in their step and a song on their lips. Sierra Negra, the 15 mile wide depression in the middle of the lush highlands, was truly a sight to behold. Last active in 2006, it provided the perfect backdrop for the first of many final group photographs.

Bonding as a family while enjoying a place as unique and incredible as the Galapagos archipelago was the ultimate celebration of the semester ...

Otavalo Markets

A travel blog entry by rainman2468


On the truck at 8am this morning and heading for Otavalo, a 3-hour drive with a stop off at the equator on the way. Equator was interesting enough....first time Pete has been in the Northern Hemisphere and the first time we have gone banos (toilet) roadside.   Otavalo markets were awesome, full of local jewelery, clothing, homeware - everything! Pete and ...

The Rest of Ecuador

A travel blog entry by pilco


... black and red ski slopes. The conical shape of Cotopaxi is one of the things I love about it, but when you are climbing it this means that you are relentlessly going up- there is no respite whatsoever.

I would love to tell you that I made the summit at 5,897m in time for sunrise. My plan was to hold up the "Live, love and don't be sorry" sign I had made for a photo. Quite poignantly it would have been 6 months almost to the minute that we ...

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