Kaony Lodge

Address: Av. 12 de Octubre 2449 y Orellana, Quito, 2449, Ecuador | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Av. 12 de Octubre 2449 y Orellana, Quito, is near The Devil's Nose, The Devils Nose, Cuyabeno Reserve, and Museo Manuela Saenz.
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      Straddling the Hemispheres

      A travel blog entry by ironap on Jan 30, 2015

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      ... guides demonstrated the famous water draining test, aka does your toilet flush clockwise or counterclockwise. They moved a sink to the equator and showed a straight water flow and indeed when the sink was moved a meter into the Northern Hemisphere the water drained clockwise, one meter into the Southern Hemisphere it drained counterclockwise. No tricks!
      The museum included several other demonstrations and homes (huts) of the occupants that lived on this site in the early ...

      Wandering in Quito

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 13, 2015

      ... We told our server that we wanted to go to the Hilton in Colon and she immediately asked if we wanted to pay by cash or credit card and since we wanted to use cash she simply issued a receipt for USD26 and told us to pay the driver that amount. Outside there was a taxi captain managing the long line of yellow cabs: he allocated us one and we were immediately on the way. Most of the drive in from this new airport was on dual carriageway with the last quarter of the ...

      Equator and walking tour

      A travel blog entry by hils80 on Jan 12, 2015

      ... 6 months of yr can read time from South. Other 6 months from north. Was currently being read from South. Showed how on globe where equator runs through and why Ecuador good place as many places mountainous and not so easily reachable. Why Ecuador called it's name as means middle earth/ground. Amazingly she showed how was goes round clockwise or anticlockwise depending if in north or south but we saw if right on line of Ecuador the water went straight down. I filmed ...

      Exploring Quito slowly whilst acclimatising.

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Nov 27, 2014

      11 photos

      ... street life. Lunch was a shared sandwich and lemonade! ( alcohol free week to combat the altitude! Wonder how long that's will last?) Our last port of call was the Monastery of St Francisco which blew us away with the internal decoration . It apparently was founded by Ricke , a Franciscan missionary credited with being the first person to sow wheat in Ecuador. You can tell the Lonely Planet is coauthor of this blog! We dined eventually when we found it at ...

      Quito, Ecuador

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... many artisan shops and is obviously a tourist hub however most of the shops were closed; maybe because it's the off season and there aren't enough people around to keep them open. It was still a cute area though. The whole time we are walking around in town, even though it's daylight, I'm always hyper aware of the risks of being a foreigner in this country. That said, I didn't feel overly at risk or in danger, just hyper aware of the possibilities. And there was still ...