Hostal Dona Esther
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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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... of him at camp despite being very close to the buses in my tent.
Shirley lost her EFI today - she was really ill last night and in the end her and Dan got a lift from a police vehicle up to the Lunch Bus as no taxi would take them and their bikes.
My legs are a mess from the bites from the sandflies - look very spectacular so had to take a photo and put it on Facebook for a bit of sympathy.
In Quito tomorrow and a rest day - ...
... to Frodo Baggins as they leave the Shire, "If I take one more step, it the farthest from home I've ever been." Frodo replies with Bilbo's wisdom, "Its a dangerous place, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to." And yes, I do still rely on the wisdom of J.R.R. Tolkien for all of life's needs. :) Before I left, some friends gave me a very sweet toast. One friend's toast said, "Kerry, you have ...
Tim and Renee get an early start, and Leon and I go for a nice breaky, then pack are stuff for our crevasse excursion today. We only have loose directions from the Edmontonians, but it sounds pretty straight forward, so we trundle down to the dock to catch our water taxi across to Finch Bay Resort, a 70 cent each ride. It's just before 11ish and already the sun is beating down on us, causing us to break out into an immediate sweat, once we are away from the waters edge. ...
... back to school to wait out the 2 hours before the cooking class. I thought I would get my homework done, but there were so many people who just wanted to talk. We are all so eager to speak English which is the common language among all the nationalities. The cooking class was packed. We learned how to make ceviche the Ecuadorian way. The fish was tuna and they boiled it for three minutes. There was a lot of lime ...
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Janurary 29th and 30th, 2015
Pics, Spider Boy and Cotacachi Can't remember what any of this is about.
Just a short note to say Hello and that I am alive and well despite a minor bout with the dreaded revenge. I m feeling chipper and rested and have gotten a ton of ...