PuertoLago Country Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews PuertoLago Country Inn Otavalo
Travel Blogs from Otavalo
... 8211; all four of them. One had a huge pot of oatmeal on the go – another the bacon, and another a pot of scrambled eggs. Eggs are sold in flats of 36 and I’m pretty sure they had scrambled a flat of eggs. They talk a lot together and laugh a lot. They all smoke. Strapping healthly lads all.
Saturday morning I saw them playing hakkensack with the soccer ball. A little later the 6’ 4” fellow and one of his buddies were letting Ja beez ...
... live together but recently had to be separated because they won't stop fighting. Then we watched a show that included birds we often see in our own Hood River backyard, like a Harris hawk and a little falcon and a barn owl, and featured a flying demonstration with two bald eagles named "Gringa" and "Gringo". The whole thing was in Spanish, so we couldn't pretend that we were watching the raptor show at the Portland Zoo, so it counts as ...
... women wear shawls which if crossing over two shoulders indicates you are married. Over one you are single. No misunderstandings here!
We were hoping to buy some blankets for our family room and one for K, just a few small items... but we fell in love with an oil painting by a painter who lives in Otavolo. Again, the Visa card issue. We did not bring much cash thinking that this would be similar to markets in Europe where ...
... tank was empty when I set out on my hunt for lunch. Restaurants are scarce here as most of the food is to be had from street vendors, and street vendors are scarce on Sunday. I made it to the park and was taking a rest when the loud clear voice I had heard the previous day rung out in cadence, 'Coco, una dol ar’. It is white, has ice in it, comes in a great bucket and is ladled into a clean plastic cup with a clean plastic straw. Other than the ice and the water what ...
... task and I am extremely proud of myself and the rest of the group for keeping such a positive attitude throughout. Although it was sad to leave Tom, we are ready to head to the Galapagos for the final leg of our trip.
Until then, I bid you all a happy Turkey Day. Mom, I'll expect leftovers in the freezer when I return. Also, since you're reading this anyway, snickerdoodles would be appreciated as well :-).