PuertoLago Country Inn

Address: Lago Sn Pablo y Panamericana, Otavalo, Ecuador | Inn
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This inn is located on Lago Sn Pablo y Panamericana, Otavalo.
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      Hello Ecuador!!

      A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Nov 15, 2014

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      ... the trip so we stuck together for the journey and our time in Otavalo.

      Border crossing was easy peasy, couple more hours travel and we were checked in to our hotel and the first double bed we've had in about 2 weeks! Headed out for dinner at 4.30pm and were home in bed for a movie by 6.30pm. Had amazing steak and pork, finished off with a massive slice of pie - chocolate for Marcus, apple for me.

      We had the best introduction ...

      Milpe Bird Sanctuary

      A travel blog entry by laurenross on Oct 02, 2014

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      We booked our driver Nelson for 5.30am to visit Milpe Cloud Forest Reserve in the hope of seeing some new Hummingbirds as well as Toucans, Aracaris and Tanagers etc. Because the trees in the reserve were in fruit the birds weren't coming into the fruit feeders but we did ...

      ¡Hola Ecuador!

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... 2 necklaces and 4 hours later, I've changed my mind... But haggling is so much fun! How could I resist?!

      I head back to the hostel and end up chatting with the owner, who is Ecuadorian but married to an English guy for over 30 years. She starts recounting her life story and can't stop, so kindly gives me a lift back down to town with my backpack while she finishes it. Next stop, Ecuador's ...

      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. ...

      Pichincha volcano

      A travel blog entry by michelew_88 on May 18, 2014

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      Travelled the teleforiqo upto pichincha volcano (a mere $8.50 to ride 2000ft). Once there you're approx 4500ft above sea level - dios mio! It gets cold at that altitude and weird things happen to your head! Well worth it for the amazing sprawling view of quito and the volcano though. There were even some llamas and horses out and about. Only thing I would recommend for future is to NOT forget your jacket, as it severely restricts how far you can go.. As the only way is ...

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