Hosteria Natabuela

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

    Hiking, Harvesting, and a long day

    A travel blog entry by benschulz01 on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... and were headed down before reaching the top. I was pretty wore out afterwards...we all were. After the hike we were greater with a picnic at the "big house." Juan is the president of the community and organizes the home stays and activities. This was his house and he had quite the spread for us. I got to hear how great the horseback riding was and how treacherous the bike riding was. Following lunch, we watched ...

    Our awesome day!

    A travel blog entry by wratravel on May 25, 2014

    4 photos

    Today could not have been more amazing! We arrived Papallacta located within the Reserve. It is a beautiful place at the foot of the Andes Mountains. We had an amazing hike, which was a bit of a challenge because we were at ten thousand feet above sea level. We learned about different plants, saw some alpacas and walked across a small river. After the hike, we relaxed in hot thermal springs sourced from the volcano nearby. It was a good day! Tomorrow we head out very early to ...

    The Great Andes Mountain Culture

    A travel blog entry by 2014galapagos on Feb 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... variation but is a unique blend of culture over hundreds of years. Both men and women wear felt hats, which usually contain a feather or 'pluma'. This was adopted from the culture of the Spanish invasion of this region in 1534. The region was invaded twice. The Native culture was the Quitos, who had their own language and customs. The Incas came up the coast from Peru, and over time their cultures blended. When the Spanish invaded with ...

    Sam

    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 20, 2013

    6 photos

    ... fire with purifying smoke
    in my keks, then more chanting and the sprays of aguardiente towards me were
    then lit, so big puffs of flame were directed at me from all sides and at all
    heights. Then 8 bundles of herbs had aguardiente, then cigarette smoke puffed
    at them, were blessed and then used 2 at a time to bash me all over from all
    sides from top to toe – I was a serious case as it took 4 complete circuits.
    Then ...

    A day out with the Extended Family

    A travel blog entry by ruby.honnor on Nov 24, 2013

    7 photos

    ... for the large gap our driver obviously made a slightly different move and, as if in slow motion, backed the back right hand wheel (above which I was sat) right into the ditch, sending all of us in the back lurching to the side! It was a lot more funny than scary though as soon as it happened me and Jez turned to each other and said "Did you see that coming?", “Yeah totally, I don’t know why I didn’t shout stop!”, “Yeah, me too, I ...

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