Quito Travel Articles

 
Finally, a Galapagos Trip You Can Afford
Finally, a Galapagos Trip You Can Afford Glamorous cruise ships plying the waters of the Galápagos...they come with glamorous prices, too. But Vickie Lillo has found a way for "ordinary" folk to visit the islands on a pauper's budget.
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Equinox at the Equator – South America
Equinox at the Equator – South America Tyrel Nelson and his friends spend a unique afternoon on the Earth's great circle.
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If These Walls Could Talk: Iglesia de San Francisco, Witness to History – Quito, Ecuador
If These Walls Could Talk: Iglesia de San Francisco, Witness to History – Quito, Ecuador home_jul06_wallscouldtalk.jpgAmy Robertson wonders what s
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If Only all Thieves Were This Stupid! – Quito, Ecuador
When you hear about the travel horror stories you panic and try to ignore them and think it won't happen to you, and when it does, it happens so quick that you're not sure if it did.
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Lost in Translation – Quito, Ecuador
Conor Grennan knew Ecuador was going to be a bit of a challenge when he started barking out various combinations of the four Spanish words that he knew like a disturbed parrot.
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Message in a Barrel – Postcard # 1: Quito – Quito, Ecuador
Postcard #1 reaches its destination in Quito amid political turmoil.
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Quito Excursions – Quito, Ecuador
Quito Excursions – Quito, Ecuador home_march11_quito1.jpgJared Johnsen
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Quito Local Attractions – Quito, Ecuador
Quito Local Attractions – Quito, Ecuador home_march11_quitoat.jpgJared Johnse
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Quito Travel Facts
The Basics City Name: Quito Where is it located?: Quito, the capital of Ecuador, is just a few miles south of the equador. Why do people go there?: Travelers tend to visit the Old Town of Quito, which is on UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s a great place where you can organize and plan any […]
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Quito: Blood, Guts and Pigeon-Shit-Splattered Peaks – Quito, Ecuador
Quito: Blood, Guts and Pigeon-Shit-Splattered Peaks – Quito, Ecuador Quito, like other colonial cities in Latin America
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