La Quinta Sumalo

Camino de Sumalo, Pujili, Cotopaxi Province, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Camino de Sumalo, Pujili.
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    Travel Blogs from Pujili

    Quilotoa loop

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Sep 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... only a 2 minute walk away but when you don't know where it is it makes things a lot easier. We have decided to stay at hostel Taita Cristoball and at $13 per night including a 3 course dinner and breakfast its quite the bargain. Having checked in we headed out for a few hours walking before it got dark. Unfortunately the short walk the hostel owner recommended was only about 5 minutes so we decided to look for the start off the track towards Quilotoa. We walked a little bit ...

    Lake Quilotoa

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Aug 08, 2014

    29 photos

    Luckily, two days after the volcano fiasco the weather was a lot better and as we drove southwards again, this time to visit the crater lake Quilotoa, we got a few glorious views of Quito (which I was leaving behind today) and the volcano we didn't get to see on Tuesday: Cotopaxi, in all its snow covered glory. After we picked up a few more tourists on the way we visited one of the largest markets in Ecuador ...

    Photo Album: At the Local Market

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Aug 07, 2014

    34 photos

    Photo Album: At the Local Market

    Before our visit to the crater lake Quilotoa, we visited one of the largest markets in the country, in Saquisilí. Here are some photographs from that visit. Unfortunately, the animals in the pictures are not all being sold as pets...
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    I've never seen so many orchids in my life!

    A travel blog entry by khuisman on Jul 22, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Last week, I spent 4.5 days and 4 nights in Viscaya looking at Lepanthes orchids. It was by far the rainiest it has ever been while I've been there, but it's winter here... which means it's the rainy season. Every time I return to Viscaya, I find more and more Lepanthes species and populations. At times it's overwhelming, but the diversity of plants and the forest is so incredible that I would not want to be anywhere else. I am going to Viscaya for the last time next week, ...

    Volcano trudging and mountain hiking

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 16, 2014

    ... we were so high up. Intersting the peak is a mere 200m more up the glacier but involves an overnight stay at the refuge and about 8 hours climbing in total by experienced clombers only. Not all ascents are sucessful due to the horrid conditions at times. We then descended much more quickly of course and as we went down we saw more and more people heading up, late starters.As we headed towards the carpark it was harder going down as slipping through the ash and rocks was hard ...