Hostal Dona Esther
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Dona Esther Otavalo
Very nice place to stay with friendly dutch owner. The restaurant services nice food too
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Galápagos Islands Well don't know where to begin just spent the last 5 days in a magic place, the Galápagos Islands are just mind blowing, so much wild life and sea life than I have ever seen all tucked into these volcanic islands. We went on the MV Galapagos Legend carrying about 85 passengers, each day cruising to another destination full of birds, sea lions, iguanas, ...
... pork, crackle, salsa, corn and beans for $2.50. Went to the La Ronda district back at Quito for dinner which was a bustling restaurant strip with live music at most places. Tried a dish which was deep fried nothing (maybe a thin layer of pastry) with sugar coated all over it. Played cards back at the hostel on the rooftop terrace before heading to bed for a well deserved ...
Buenos Dias everyone!! The Otavalo market (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_ Review-g303848-d314595-Reviews-Otavalo_ Market-Otavalo_Imbabura_Province.html) is our destination today. It has been cloudy for most of the day, but no rain. Paco, Norbert, Amber and I are up and on the road by 6:30 am. Elena made us tea and coffee before we left. There isn't much traffic this early in the morning so we make good time. The scenery is just wonderful with ...
... public transport in Hong Kong seem like a breeze. It is getting close to Christmas and it is exciting to see some decorations around. I'm happy that Ginenne has the opportunity to go home for the holidays to be with her family and see Sabrina's baby right after it is born. I just got confirmation that I will be able to pick up some work in January back in Santiago, Chile. Not sure where I will be for the holidays, but I'm sure I'll be thinking ...
... farming and machete wielding from our host families. Many a cacao seed were consumed during our hot days out in the sun. When we weren't trabajar-ing, many found solace in card playing. Claire and Andrew have proved to be the champion rummy players, while everyone else was sub-par, to be polite. Too bad for them.
Furthermore the river became our shower, British accents consumed our mode of speaking, and no-see-ems invaded our ...