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TravelPod Member ReviewsHacienda Pinsaqui Otavalo
We spent 2 nights at this Hacineda. We were in one of the newer out buidlings and the rooms were very large and historic feeling. The grounds are beautiful and the staff was amazing.
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... 5 days by the time we arrived in Quito (he'd joined it in Santiago, Chile - and we thought our journey was epic!). Unfortunately Ken had shared his cold with Jayna by this time, so the bus journey passed in a world of sore throats and snotty tissues. Yuck.
Quito is the capital of Ecuador. It's large, and somewhat sprawling. It's not easy or safe to navigate or walk around the city by yourself, nor is everything contained within just a few blocks, ...
... 30 or 40 years after the thesis because it takes that long to see if idea works – and even though it may appear to work, it may be other factors forcing the issue.
I asked him about the McGill and the quality of education and he affirmed that it was excellent and he thought he received an A1 education there.
We took a taxi to a stunning lake and did a fairly spectacular hike up a road along a hillside with typically breathtaking views of the ...
... night’s blog. I saw a dog today and he looked me in the eye and I’m thinking right - shoot the dogs. Nonetheless that pack that scared the girl yesterday is about one iota away from being hyenas.
Anyway I’m not convinced this is my best blog and possibly my least interesting but here it is. I’m sure I’ll be able to struggle through it some winter night in years to come.
Glad to be here,
January 28th, ...
... who is stuck with the seat by the gringo. Unos – one; dos – two; tres – three but she is giggling hysterically, rolling her eyes, looking at her friends periodically who are giggling, each with a hand clasped firmly over their mouth. What is the matter with these kids: don’t they want to learn English?
We roll into Otavala about 2:30. It is greener here than the first half of the trip nearer to Quito which to me ...
... rabbits, guinea pigs, cats and dogs. Very smelly but a great window into the world of the locals. There was also produce for sale such as a variety of grains eg., quinoa, colourful ropes made from agave plant (harvested, dried, dyed with natural dyes and woven), fruit and veg. A number of small stalls cooked and sold food to the market goers. Decided to eat elsewhereJ
This fascinating experience was followed by the handicraft markets, considered the largest ...