La Isla Hosteria

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

No hobbits at this Middle Earth

A travel blog entry by matt-lewis on Oct 15, 2015

3 photos

... with no success. Repeating this, with the man on the north side of the line, and the guide on the south side, she easily pulled his arms down, with the help of some magnetic pull. Not a hobbit in sight.
On the ride to the airport, I could see that the backdrop to the city is pretty interesting, and the surrounding area has plenty to offer. I came to Ecuador for the Galapagos, but I'd like to see more one day.

Quito and the Galápagos Islands - August 14 to 20

A travel blog entry by drendell on Aug 14, 2015

1 comment, 141 photos

... species. Remarkably they can remain under water for up to 40 minutes at depths of 180 meters. In either environment, you never grow tired of watching them.

As we walked further down the beach we spotted our first marine iguanas, which can only be found in the Galápagos. These too are fascinating creatures. They can dive over nine meters and have this charming habit of blowing snot out of their nostrils at regular intervals to filter excess salt from their blood. You ...

Road of Death, Hypothermia, EFI ends

A travel blog entry by bikeakiko on Aug 11, 2015


... but I will try. It took us about 15km to get to the dirt part of the road. Then we start climbing. About 2000m in only 35km. About a 7.5% average grade. The road started out with passage for about 1.5 vehicles and with a pretty good edge and guardrail. The road was not soft dirt but a hard rock road which helped me because I like to stand to climb when it gets steep. And it was very very steep in parts. I can tell you during this stretch we were down to 2mph. It ...

Day 10 - Caupicho

A travel blog entry by megan.marchand on Jul 22, 2015

Ahhh got to love this market because kids have lots of room to run and won't try to run off!! We usually have less kids at this market too; however, we had Valery's birthday party in the afternoon which got pretty crazy. We had at least 80 kids, 3 cakes, a piñata, and a tons of sweets!!! The little girl turned 3 years old and she just looked so confused of what was going on ...

Bienvienidos a Quito!

A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Jul 13, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... xray machine wanted to view barbaras bag again. After the second pass, all hands converged on her bag. Inside the bathroom kit with her toothbrush, Barb had forgotten to remove a treasured pair of small sizzors. When I saw them, I knew we were in trouble. Barb has treasured these little art deco sizzors for over 40 years.They are small, just over two inches long, they are cast in the shape of a great blue heron, its plummed boady is where ...