La Isla Hosteria

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

People'd Out

A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Apr 03, 2015

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... Jesus.

A lot of them were either on wheels or somehow easier to move but there was one that was being lifted by a group of guys in white robes (it was later confirmed that they were studying at the seminary). When I saw them later, at least half of them had been replaced by police officers. I found that more than a little entertaining but not surprising. That thing looked heavy.

I didn't bring my iPod, so I stole images ...

Birds, Dogs, Farms, Pigs, Cows and 'waygos'

A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Mar 06, 2015

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Cold up there and windy. But a super well kept facility. Run by the Condor Foundation.

I walked back the 6 km. Beautiful views of farms across the valley and basically for the first 3 km I walking through farm land with beautiful views of mountains blue and green, all around. Pigs and cows tethered in fields. An old Grandma keeping an eye on 4 cows that have long leads dragging in the dust and are grazing in the ditches. Chickens everywhere. And ...

Chicken Feet - Round 2

A travel blog entry by jackie.laba on Feb 25, 2015

... a little disappointed. Especially with a name include chocolate. I changed and Sandra fed me before I went to Parque la Carolina to check out a capoeira school I saw online.

It's a different style than what I practice at home, but I may go with it anyway. I have a feeling its the closest school around and the prices aren't bad, especially for monthly unlimited. I was given the phone number of Ruben, who I am told teaches the cordao style I ...


A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 28, 2015

... a few weeks. I’ve been here a few weeks and it is clear – tired as I am right now – that I had better not get myself into something I can’t handle. Such as the 4 hour walk around the crater rim at 10000 feet. I’ll go easy I vow.

Out of the park and a wiz in the bano at a cost of 20 cents. Gads I have to buy the water and then…

I wait at the bus stop. There is a young surly looking fellow whom I have asked if this is the bus ...

Ecuador - Quito (last day)

A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Jan 26, 2015


... little tricks or outright asking for money. Today I saw a guy selling "selfie sticks". I should've bought one! Haha jk. We also saw a guy juggling who was pretty amazing. He had 6 oranges and was throwing them behind his head and spinning around. It was impressive. - the food here was better than Costa Rica. And our fav meal was the pork and potatoes from the food vendor for $3. I could've eaten that everyday. The chicken I had the ...