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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Otavalo was fun and here are some things we did, on Friday night we went to this fiesta for the fall harvest. We listen to music while we waited for the parade. The music was in espanol. The music was perfecto. Finally the parade came and it had every city of Ecuadors ...
... take 2 flights to get to Quito, firstly Lan Peru to Lima and the Tame To Quito. As they don't codes hare it meant I had to go thru customs and immigration in Lima, then re check in with Tame! This was a bit if a pain, and when I was checking in with Tame they said I should have been in transit. Er well that's what I wanted to do but Lan would not check my luggage thru to Quito, so what else was I supposed to do!!! They then ...
... border with Colombia is only a couple of hours away, we're abit disappointed by leaving after such a short time but at the same time we are curious and excited for what lies ahead: over the years so many things have been written and said about Colombia, and mostly not very nice things. But the wind has changed since a few years now, and all the people who went there seem to have fallen in love with the place. If it is a country as beautiful as Ecuador, we surely won't be ...
... Cuenca which will then sell it for $1,200 or so.
Martina and Juan Carlos purchased their land and landscaped it with many lovely flowering plants, most of which can be eaten or have medicinal properties. Martina took us on a tour of her garden with Gonzalo translating and elaborating with some history and cultural information. It was a beautiful day, sunny and warm, and ...
... were guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, turkeys. Chickens were everywhere. It also seems to be a bit of a family trip, young boys walked around with chickens on leads and in sacks over their backs, while we saw old ladies with puppies strapped to their backs, in the way that babies are normally carried. After seeing a pig that had hair like Dyson, and encountering one too many Munchie-mouse look-alikes, we made our way to the craft market in town. ...