Las Palmeras Inn
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Travel Blogs from Otavalo
... At one point we were all sat around a long table talking and for whatever reason I was returning to my seat when Scot pulled it out from underneath me, just as I was about to make contact- so of course I ended up falling onto my butt on the floor! Good thing alcohol numbs the pain huh?! All of us gringos got up to dance and some of the locals joined us - good fun! The locals in the area are still very much traditional. The gentleman don't cut their hair and wear it ...
... islands just full of lava formations. Galapagos is all volcanic and makes for some interesting landscapes. We usually had two zodiac excursions and landings per day so it was full on not much free time. Spent lots of time snorkeling (no fear of sharks though there are hammerheads around but we never saw any) and it's the best yet, loads of fish, giant mantra rays, some days we ...
A lovely day around the markets
today. The locals said that if we cared about animal welfare it was best to
avoid the livestock market this morning so we gave that a swerve, although when
the others came back they said some of it was really cute – baskets of guinea
pigs, alpacas and piglets everywhere. They did say some of it was awful – half
dead chickens and crates of puppies for sale – I’d have ended up ...
... mountains and the view of San Paulo Lake is spectacular. We drive by the greenhouses where they grow roses for export...there are lots of them and the roses are beautiful. It takes about two hours to drive from Quito to Otavalo. I can’t tell you how beautiful the views are and the pictures don’t do it justice. We stop for a coffee at what we assume is one of Paco’s favorite places and he orders us the most wonderful biscuits and ...
... at home.
It's been a fabulous first 6 months of travelling. Ginenne and I are so fortunate to have each other and to be able to see the world together. Besides the distant and exotic places that can be visited some of the best things about travelling are the free spirited people that you meet and the perspective that can be gained when comparing these places to your home. Canada is a pretty sweet place and it's never a drag to come home to.