Las Palmeras Inn

Address: Quichinche, Otavalo, Ecuador | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Quichinche, Otavalo.
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      Travel Blogs from Otavalo

      THIS is South America

      A travel blog entry by coco89 on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... from buying more stuff as it wouldn't fit into my bag so I made my way back to the hostel grabbed my things and was on my way back to the bus terminal. After an incredible three weeks in Ecuador I wasn't quite ready to leave this country but I knew it was time... The bus terminal was overflowing with people queuing for the bus to Ibarra. So I got in the queue to get onto yet another bus of locals to Ibarra where it was then time to figure out how to get to ...

      Saturday market, children's zip line & tennis

      A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Aug 15, 2014

      16 photos

      ... is more to Di with a sign we found indicating it was for under 12s only rather then my lack of zip lining ability! Needless to say the girls still had a try!! There was also a tennis court in the grounds so we grabbed some rackets and balls and went for a knockabout. The star of the show had to be Vic who once she managed to contain the canon of an arm she's got and had gone and fetched all the balls she'd smashed out if the court ...

      To Market

      A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 05, 2014

      ... hearty, and very well priced. One thing I noticed on the busy streets was the traditional dress of the indigenous people. Women are dressed in long skirts that are navy blue or black in color. A colorful hem runs around the bottom of the skirt. Some skirts had a diagonal stripe of white to add contrast. Shirts were white and short sleeved, or had sleeves to the elbow which draped in lace. Both shirts had flowers at the collar. ...

      Quito sightseeing and traffic

      A travel blog entry by benschulz01 on Jun 11, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... ft above sea level. They took me to the very nice Swiss Hotel for a bienvenido breakfast. The food was great and I was told that the buffet had a good selection of what a typical Ecuadorian might have for breakfast. Sausages, bread, eggs, this little banana cake thing, but the most impressive thing was the fruit. Because Ecuador is on the equator, the growing season is year round. I ate fruit that I have never seen before and couldn't pronounce. All of it was amazing. ...

      Cloudy Skies and Vibrant Textiles

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on May 08, 2014

      20 photos

      ... I've also been eating bee bread I got in Colombia for the past five or six weeks that I know is doing my body good as well. In short, I take full responsibility for my own healthcare and understand that the oil is more important than the lamp;)

      Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food. - Hippocrates

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