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

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    ... when we arrived about from the usual roaming dogs and after 10 minutes if walking around all the buildings (red and white structures on a hill top) and ringing a bell we found hung in the garden we eventually found a member of staff. After checking in, as the only guests in the hostel, we started to explore the grounds a little. I found a zip line and tried flying down it, only to hit the ground about half way. It turns out the ...

    To Market

    A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 05, 2014

    ... the town. We peeked into a church in which a wedding was in progress. Two church's were lit up in neon colors lighting the sky. The two of us shared dinner from Fritadas Centenario, a local eatery. The meal consisted of salad, a fried egg, avocado, meat, hominy, homemade corn nuts, and corn cakes. We washed it down with berry juice. I ended the night eating a cookie on the balcony of our hotel. Word of the day: grageas, ...

    You Can Never be Unhappy in a Poncho

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on May 20, 2014

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    ... spent our first 3 days in Ecuador. We spent our time here doing ... well ... nothing really. We wandered around most days, soaking it all in, buying a llama wool scarf here and there, marvelling at the fresh fruits and veggies. And in our tradition of bumping into people everywhere we go, we bumped into Luuk and Lonneke, the lovely couple from the Netherlands we met at Maya Point in Panama. They were exhausted after hiking to the summit of one of ...

    Cloudy Skies and Vibrant Textiles

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on May 08, 2014

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    ... market while I haggled with the diligent natives for alpaca blankets and a wool hat, bringing me to the realization that I'd prefer the music of the 1880s over that of the 1980s more times than not. The mingling of new with old, pop with ethnic, north with south, trend with tradition, makes for quite an interesting vibe here. However, it's impossible to see the number of Ecuadorians who choose to go gringo without noticing ...