IN #QUITO, At the Pichincha Battle, 24th May 1822, hundreds of soldiers with blue uniform fought at the Pichicha volcano defending Quito´s liberty. The memories are still alive.
PULULAHUA: Uno de los pocos volcanes habitados en el mundo
One Friday a year in March or April, according to the calendar, the colonial City of Quito is covered by a purple cloak moved by believers.
Ecuador has 10 – 12 hours of solar exposition by day, every day all year long. It’s altitude over the 2.800 meters above the sea level and the location in the middle of the world gives Ecuador´ Roses such high quality.
ECUADORIAN CARNIVAL is filled with traditions, colors, perfume, water and more.
Communal areas closed because of COVID19 until further notice. BBQ area, humming bird watching & sun bathing. Terrace with mountain view. WiFi + hammocks + chairs + tables + BBQ Co-Working area & Tea Station