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Historia Central ¨Villa de Leyva¨ Capítulo 08 - Temporada 02 [25:12]
En este capítulo sabremos por qué el temor de una revuelta obligó al primer presidente de la Real Audiencia de Santa Fé, Andrés Díaz de Leiva, a fundar a est...
Gualaceo Ecuador [04:17]
Just 28 Km. east of Cuenca and a world apart. The roads out of Cuenca are wide and modern, but very quickly narrow to a single lane and steep sides of bare rock and lush vegetation. Passing over small, fast, running rivers and streams, the air is clear and crisp, as we get closer to Gualaceo. The architecture of Cuenca is left behind, and we move into buildings that remind me of Austria and northern Italy. As we approach the city, I see that it is placed in a valley that has a single river running into it. The steep sides have buildings clinging onto the hillsides, and the valley fades away between two mountains. There were no low clouds or haze from pollution obstructing my view. I can see how the city has grown, from the main road that cuts through the heart of the old city. To one side, the river forms a natural barrier; on the other side, the sprawl is halted by the steep terrain. The hostal we stayed in was in the center by the mercado where they had general food, meat, and fruit vendors. Also, this is where you can go for your breakfast and lunch. They have delicious local food that I had not experienced in other parts of Ecuador. The hostal was nice- the room was on the third floor; it had a double bed, shower, toilet and a TV. No heating, but for $15.00 a night, what can you expect? It has been a year or more since I have needed to have a blanket to keep me warm. As we arrived in the late afternoon, we checked in and then went driving around to get a feel for the ...
Cotacachi - a town on the move [00:42]
CotacachiRealEstate.co presents a short capsule of current Cotacachi with a few slides of this quaint town in the highlands of Ecuador. Tucked away in the Northern part of Ecuador is Cotacachi. Located in a valley and surrounded by the Andes Mountains and two dormant volcanos. Cotacachi is a city of approximately 10000 people consisting of Expats, Indigenous and Mestizos. The elevation is approximately 8000 feet above sea level. Cotacachi is known as the leather village of Ecuador. Along our main street you will find many leather shops, banks, restaurants. Just off the main street is San Francisco Park with many outdoor vendors. Our largest park hosts a beautiful cathedral. Cotacachi is a progressive city. Many of the older buildings are being remodeled. New construction is limited to insure adequate water, sewer and electric. Maintaining the ecology is high on the list. Our new International Airport opened on February 20th. Location will eliminate going through Quito our Capitol to reach Cotacachi and our neighboring cities. Travel will be much easier to the Northern part of Ecuador for residents and visitors alike. Ecuador has been named once again as the Number 1 city for retirement by International Living. A recent conference in Quito had a participation of over 450 people. The popularity of this unique mountain town has increased and it has become a great place for retirement, a relaxing vacation or business ventures and investment. Contact Micky Enright for all your ...
Ecuador Valley Tour: Cumbayá [01:49]
Musa TV Tumbaco "Este video NO ES una producción de Musa TV Tumbaco" Ecuador Valley Tour: Cumbaya--A Suburb of Quito Popular with Expats Subido originalmente por: InternationalLiving
El Cajas National Park (Parque Nacional Cajas) ECUADOR #2 [05:04]
The Parque Nacional Cajas (Cajas National Park) is a national park in the highlands of Ecuador. It is located about 30 km west from Cuenca, the capital of the province of Azuay. The area of 285.44 km² (28544 ha) between 3100m and 4450m above sea level offers a tundra vegetation on a jagged landscape of hills and valleys. It was declared a National Park on November 5, 1996 by resolution N° 057. Known for its more than 275 Andean lakes and many waterfalls, this national park is a popular destination for trout fishing, rugged hiking and camping