Hosteria Natabuela

Address: Hwy 35 (Panamericana Sur Km 8), Ibarra, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hwy 35 (Panamericana Sur Km 8), Ibarra.
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Travel Blogs from Ibarra

Bienvenido at La Esperanza, Tabacundo, Cayambe

A travel blog entry by sa2014frda on Sep 30, 2014

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... for that. We went back to the cob house with David before heading to Mindo, the cloud forest of Ecuador. We stayed 3 days there, chilling, eating bad food (burgers and ice cream...), laughing with Myriam and David. The house did look better, we could even used the toilet this time....I am really excited to see the house finished, furniture and ready to welcome Christmas. We headed then to Mindo for some bird watching before going to the Ecuadorian ...

Hidden cloudforest : Intag - Pucara and Irubi

A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 05, 2014

32 photos

... roughly only one combined paragraph in the doorstops of both the Lonely Planet and the Rough Guide to Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands. Intag has gold and copper deposits but understandably mining is fiercely resisted by locals who make their living from subsistence farming or cattle raising and some grow coffee. It has also been hit incredibly hard since the crash in the global cost of sugar and with populations of no more than 150-200 people ...

The Equator? I've crossed it dozens of times.

A travel blog entry by mightyperlines on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... crafted out of dough. We bought a few refrigerator magnet masapans and moved on to our next stop, Cayambe. This town is famous for its baked dough snacks, biscoche. These come straight from the oven, sold in paper bags all over the town, and were surprisingly delicious. Then we drove through the Guayllabamba valley, which was spectacular. Much of Ecuador is lined with volcanos, and this makes the mountains, valleys, and lakes so beautiful. We stopped at ...

Hiking, Harvesting, and a long day

A travel blog entry by benschulz01 on Jun 26, 2014

2 comments, 20 photos

... which they bath in a spring before the festival. We didn't get to see much because it was getting late in the day and we needed to eat dinner and go to bed. We were leaving in the morning. It was sad to leave Susanna, Oscar, and Anita. I really loved this place and hope that I can return someday. I plan on using this model as an example in a lesson on business in my class. I haven't got it all figured out yet but I will ...

You Can Never be Unhappy in a Poncho

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 20, 2014

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... mountains, making us painfully aware of how torpid we were being in Otavalo. We went out for some, nay, much Mexican food the next night. It was great catching up with them after such a long time. And I learnt they read my blog! Hi Luuk and Lonneke!

The Otavaleņos are very fortunate, even in their misfortune. I read somewhere, though I can't for the life of me remember where, that Otavaleņos are the most wealthy indigenous group in the world. ...

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