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

      Hello Ecuador!!

      A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Nov 15, 2014

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      14th - 15th November: Otavalo

      Bogota - Otavalo journey took us 29hours all up, and surprisingly wasn't too bad. We both had good sleeps and we managed to stretch out our last 15 peso's and not starve. However it was fair to say we were ready for some meat and vegetables after living off crackers, cream cheese, biscuits, chocolate and empanadas for almost 30hrs!! Two of the girls from Medellin ended up getting on the same bus as us about ...

      Cotopaxi Volcano

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 18, 2014

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      ... my temples felt really tight. At the park entrance they were sellin coca leaves so thought **** it be aswell buyin a wee bag see fit the fuss is about, it might taste like **** but it might help with the altitude. Another 20 minute drive would get us a little further up the volcano to the car park where we would start the hike. This mini bus is another thing which makes the place feel like a P6 trip to Glenshee. Nae doot i get to the bottom of ...

      ¡Hola Ecuador!

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Sep 19, 2014

      1 photo

      ... of the main show, Otavalo's huge open-air market. Every street is filled with stalls selling jewellery, llama jumpers, ponchos, instruments, veg, fruit, anything and everything. My thinking is that I won't buy anything much because I'm at the beginning of my trip, I don't want to carry extra stuff around and I can probably get lots of stuff cheaper in Peru and Bolivia anyway. 2 scarves, 3 pairs ...

      To Market

      A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 05, 2014

      ... two dangling chickens, and an older man herding baby ducks a la 'Make Way for Ducklings.' Street vendors hawked fat, live worms as a cure all from ailments such as joint pain and weight loss. We took a break for lunch at Oraibi, a vegetarian restaurant with a quiet patio in which to watch the market unfold. I ate a salad with lettuce, tomato, avocado, carrots, and zapote. Abby had quinoa soup and a capresse salad. The food ...

      First day of volunteering

      A travel blog entry by michelew_88 on May 19, 2014

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      Picked up from hostel and taken 10 mins down the road to my homestay family, Maria, who is super lovely! As it turns out though, don't depart for project until tomorrow, which is a 4 hour drive away... So I guess I don't technically start till Wednesday :S another day in Quito :) ...