Hostal Dona Esther
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... tuna – to street demonstrators selling giant snails for medical purposes. It was amazing to walk round the food stalls – many whole hogs/unidentifiable meat – the carne mixed with water layering the floors (not a day for flip flops!). Not feeling particularity hungry I enjoyed a cold beer watching the goings on.
Returning back to the main square, I stopped oddly for Pie in the Pie Shop on Ponchos Plaza – a recommendation in the book. ...
We stayed at the lodge for breakfast so we didn't have to leave super early for the drive to Quito. We loaded the truck and drove through the forests and then through the mountains on the way to Quito. There were tons of waterfalls throughout the whole day as we drove along. We arrived in Quito as it was getting dark. It seems quite different from many of the cities we've been in while in Ecuador as there is much more economic development and money. It is also much ...
... The bus was comfortable but again left a lot to be desired. The low point was finding bugs living next to our seats, which would periodically appear as we least expected it. One tried to hitchhike a lift off the bus via a jumper. Again, the bus would sometimes play films in Spanish, with no volume control or subtitles, and sometimes cumbia music would be blasted out instead. We got to know a South Korean chap, Deok, who was very friendly. He'd been on the ...
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. ...
... several types of the local candy here. According to our guide it is a tradition for everyone traveling by this town to buy sweets for their family. Actually it is expected! Sorry guys, we ate everything on the way. Finally we arrived at Tsa'Chila museum and reservation. We were met by a local guide and his family. Note the interesting hair and "halo". Jorge told us that the men experience no hair loss as they age and attribute it to the natural substances they put on it. The ...