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Lost in Quito

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write For a woman who typically travels solo, I often find myself surrounded by other travelers and rarely spend time alone.... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 23-09-16


Why Everyone Should Try Adventure Travel

I’ve never considered myself an adventure traveler. I like museums, trying food, going on walking tours, and exploring historical monuments. I never thought that adventure travel would be something that I... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 15-09-16


23 Traditional Ecuadorian Food You Must Try

Ecuador is one of my favourite countries and I’m always discovering new Ecuadorian food each time I go. Ecuador is a small country but its food is so diverse. The geography of... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 08-08-16


10 Essential Experiences in Ecuador

With a total of twelve countries spread across the continent, spanning from the tropical Caribbean Sea to the rough ocean at the southernmost ‘end of the world’, loads of mountains, forests and... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 02-11-15


The Quest for the Blue Footed Booby

The Quest for the Blue Footed Booby As names go, it’s one of the lip-twirling best: the blue footed booby. As wildlife sightings go, it’s not too shabby either. Boobies, of the... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 28-06-15


A Postcard from the Galapagos Islands

Dipping into The Galapagos It really wasn’t all that long ago that I dipped my feet into the sands and salt water of the Galapagos Islands – back in March in... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 25-06-15


The Oldest Market in Quito

Remember the age old riddle: what’s black and white and red all over?* That’s what Quito’s Mercado San Francisco reminded me of, claiming to be both the oldest and the youngest covered... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 17-05-15


Hidden Quito: Scraping Soot from Baby Jesus

Quito: The Highest Capital In a quiet corner on a dusty shelf in the highest capital city on earth, the tip of a paintbrush moves slowly. The paintbrush ignores the curious... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 30-03-15


The Cloud Forests of Ecuador

IN THE CLOUD FORESTS The cloud forests of Ecuador are not awash with colour. Instead, they pick a single one and run with it. Green isn’t just green here, it’s gob smacking,... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 15-03-15


Off To The Galapagos Islands…Plus Amazing Travel Prizes

  Packing for the Galapagos… Jittery, smittery, it’s almost time to pack my bags and head to the Galapagos, an archipelago of volcanic islands off the coast of Ecuador. Of course, to... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 01-03-15


The magic of the Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are famous the world over for their huge number of endemic species and were studied by Charles Darwin during the voyage of the Beagle. To be honest,... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 23-01-15


2014: my year of travel

Gosh! Another year comes to a close and another begins! 2014 was a wonderful travel year for me. I chalked up tens of thousands of miles, visiting twelve countries on five... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 30-12-14


Experiencing the Mashpi Cloud Forest

The Mashpi Cloud Forest Reserve is located about a four-hour drive north of Quito, Ecuador. The drive from Quito is gorgeous, with stunning vistas of the snow-capped Andes mountains and... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 11-11-14


An unforgettable tour of Ecuador

It was a photo of the spectacular Cotopaxi volcano that first captured my imagination. I was ten years old and I promised myself that I would one day visit Ecuador.... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 17-10-14


Teaching Abroad in Thailand and Ecuador as an Asian-American

This exciting article is from Teaching Traveling! If you see it on any website besides www.TeachingTraveling.com or any RSS feed besides the one from www.TeachingTraveling.com it has been stolen without permission. ... Read More

Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 17-07-14


South America’s best wildlife experiences

South America offers some of the most incredible – and unique – wildlife experiences in the world. From swimming with sea lions in the Galapagos Islands to spotting jaguars in the... Read More

Travel Post by Backpacking Travel Blog on the 18-06-14


Ecuador Travel – Quito Botanical Garden

2 Backpackers Travel Community - Ecuador Travel – Quito Botanical Garden Subscribe Now -> http://feeds.feedburner.com/TwoBackpackers Guest post from Sam of Indefinite Adventure.com. I knew that Ecuador was famous for its biodiversity, having the... Read More

Travel Post by 2 Backpackers on the 19-04-14


Top 5 Things to do in Baños (Ecuador)

For such a small town Baños has an abundance of things to do in and around the town. Seriously, I’ve been to much bigger towns and cities in Ecuador and around South America (take... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Jane on the 20-01-14


Top 5 Things to do in Quito (Ecuador)

I’ll be honest here. I didn’t like Quito all that much (see this post if you’re wondering why.) However, there are still some cool things to do in the city... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Jane on the 19-01-14


5 Things You Should Know If You’re Coming To Ecuador

There were many things that I both loved about Ecuador as well as many things that I wholeheartedly disliked about the country. For such a relatively small geographical space on this planet it is... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Jane on the 09-01-14


First Impressions of Guayaquil (Ecuador)

I visited the city of Guayaquil in Ecuador (around 3 weeks ago now) before my venture into the Amazon Jungle and up into Colombia (where I am now.) As with all of... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Jane on the 09-01-14


Why has Ecuador marked a fake Equator line 240 metres out?

Some background info; Back in 1982 a huge monument was erected in Ciudad Mitad del Mundo (Middle of the World City) in what was then thought to be the line of... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Jane on the 30-12-13


How I Will Remember 2013

Kentville, Canada Like most people I am always looking forward to what’s coming next and I often don’t take the time to look back and contemplate what I’ve done. This site forces... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 27-12-13


That time I trekked for 3 days solo in the Amazon Jungle with just a tribesman as my guide and his machete!

So you know, just the usual. Trekking for 3 days in the Amazon Jungle with no-one except my Amazonian guide (a local tribesman) who just happened to be carrying a... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Jane on the 22-12-13


Casa del Arbol – magic swing

Casa del Arbol – a magic swing in Ecuador I noticed lately that different online magazines (e.g. Bored Panda) use my photo that I took at Casa del Arbol, in Ecuador. It... Read More

Travel Post by Unboxing Traveller on the 10-12-13


Are they really *Panama* Hats?

The last time I was in Panama I purchased a Panama Hat – a misleading name considering these hats are made in Ecuador. During the construction of the Panama Canal workers... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 27-09-13


Los Pescadores

Canoa, Ecuador I’ve been spending quite a bit of time in Canoa learning how to shoot and edit videos. The locals have been so kind to me offering to help out. And... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 23-09-13


The Spirit of Canoa

Canoa, Ecuador One of the reasons I decided to start shooting video was that I have never really felt like my writing has reflected the spirit of where I stay. Sure I... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 18-09-13


How to make Ecuadorian Empanadas

Canoa, Ecuador It’s a funny thing when you decide to stay somewhere a bit longer, you are no longer rushed to see all the items on the “must do” list and you... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 06-09-13


Festival of San Pablo and San Pedro

Canoa, Ecuador When I made plans to visit Canoa I thought I would stay for less than a week. I love the ocean but South American beach towns have been a toss-up.... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 28-08-13