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Travel Blogs from Quito

To market, to market

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on May 25, 2014

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... market where I went a little crazy on the shopping front...... There's something liberating about knowing your airline lets you take two 23kg bags as checked luggage :D I'm now the owner of a crazy-colored fabric duffle bag, two alpaca blankets and an alpaca poncho, plus some silver earrings and another silver ring. Fortunately it's mostly bulky rather ...

Quito and Couch Surfing Adventures

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 05, 2014

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... Quito. We continued past the little monument town to the Pululahua volcanic crater, where we walked up to the rim and down a little way inside, taking in the beautiful view and the way that the farms are cluttered within the crater and surrounding the prominent magma dome in the centre. We 'raced' an elderly local to the top of the rim, receiving a congratulatory pat on the back from him when we arrived first...although only just!

We then made our way back to Mitad del ...

Market

A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Mar 10, 2014

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... border with Colombia is only a couple of hours away, we're abit disappointed by leaving after such a short time but at the same time we are curious and excited for what lies ahead: over the years so many things have been written and said about Colombia, and mostly not very nice things. But the wind has changed since a few years now, and all the people who went there seem to have fallen in love with the place. If it is a country as beautiful as Ecuador, we surely won't be ...

El Mercado y La Familia

A travel blog entry by kelsheffern on Jan 18, 2014

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After a much needed day of rest on Saturday after coming home from a week in the Amazon, Sunday was family day, including a trip to Otavalo.
Otavalo is a highly indigenous populated city that holds a huge market every weekend to which people from all over come to browse and buy. On our way to Otavalo, we made a quick stop at a marker of the equator, or "la ...

Otavalo Markets

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Nov 10, 2013

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... bought a pair of traditional pants each to use in the Amazon Jungle. We were told that you can buy similar stuff in the La Paz markets later in the trip, at a much lower price.    Only had one day in Otavalo. The city was fascinating, the locals wear traditional clothing and most dont speak English. We had our first attempt bartering however ...

       

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