Andean Wasi Inn

Address: Pedro Hernandez de la Reina 1-05 y Av. Los Corazas, Otavalo, Ecuador | Inn
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This inn is located on Pedro Hernandez de la Reina 1-05 y Av. Los Corazas, Otavalo.
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Travel Blogs from Otavalo

Hello Ecuador!!

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Nov 15, 2014

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... animals for sale. Poor pigs were squealing as they were led up the ramp to the truck. Wish we had asked how much a chicken was worth! We bought a few things in the markets, bartering and getting things for about 60% of the asking price. They were easily persuaded and so lovely! We got some amazing pulled pork with potatoes and corn kernels swimming in pork juices for lunch - amazing and only $2.

Had a bit of a wonder around Otavalo ...

Month 2 - Moving up the Maslow Hierarchy

A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Oct 18, 2014

... bitter pill we bite into when achieving those original goals, should really be reworded into 'fearlessness'. Why? Because if we were lucky enough to be born into opportunity, we should be fearless enough about making the most of it, instead of complaining and letting ourselves be overrun with the consequences. In other words....after 1 month you are embracing the summer dresses you brought with but realised the impracticality of when walking for 9 ours ...

Otavalo and the Ecuadorian Andes

A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 02, 2014

3 comments, 21 photos

... come up from the earth's core. The little islands in the pics are now home to 400 different species and at least one bear known to the Andean Bear Foundation also lived there once but he swam away ... Hopefully he's joined his friends in the cloudforest now! Before arriving at Cuicocha I spent the day in Otavalo, a region which is famous for its indigenous population, the Otavalans. Mr Jackson has taught me so much about the resilience of ...

The line of the Equator: Quitsato Sundial

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jun 14, 2014

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The bus journey from Otavalo to Cayambe took just over an hour and cost only 75 cents. At Cayambe we took a taxi three kilometres down the road to Quitsato Sundial, where I had been before in April. We received the same interesting talk as I had done then (see blog post no.77 for the details of that), looked round and took some pictures.

Pigs, Orchids, & the Equator!

A travel blog entry by friesendm on May 17, 2014

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... through developing a thriving textile industry, small shops run in homes throughout the region. Probably more than any other indigenous South American group, they have succeeded in maintaining, even exporting, their traditional culture in dress, traditional handicrafts, and Andean music.

They are a photogenic lot, and friendly, and while we had fun watching the movement of animals, we ...

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