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Amauta Pena Bar

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Otavalo Tour from Quito Visiting Quitsato, Indigenous Market, Peguche, Cuicocha
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Otavalo Tour from Quito Visiting Quitsato, Indigenous Market, Peguche, Cuicocha

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Combine culture with nature on this full-day tour of Otavalo Marketplace and Cuicocha Lagoon, ideal for first-time visitors with limited time in Ecuador. Departing Quito, you’ll travel to Otavalo Marketplace, one of Latin America’s largest markets, to browse stalls for colorful, artisan souvenirs. See, too, the Peguche Waterfall and Cuicocha Lagoon, on which you;ll enjoy a short boat ride.
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Saudade49 wrote a review Jul 2015
Cotacachi, Ecuador7 contributions4 helpful votes
Wonderful music played by local indigenous bands, the house was packed with people from all over the world; the fireplace was blazing, and everyone was up and dancing to the incredible music! Don't miss this great experience if you're in Otavalo!!!
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Date of experience: January 2015
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AKLynne wrote a review Apr 2014
Juneau, Alaska27 contributions11 helpful votes
It's been a few years since I was there, but I remember it so well. The music was amazing. During the breaks, all the Ecuadorean (male) customers pulled out flutes of their own and played impromptu music together as if they were born knowing how. The inexpensive, hot alcoholic brew in jugs that was passed around and shared by all was delicious and powerful. Still don't know what sort of fruit it was (pena/pineapple?). I was surprised when dancing that they did a sort of jitterbug that I could easily follow even though most of the Indios were much shorter than I was. It was great fun! (Even though I wasn't given enough date choices for my visit there, I have no doubt it is pretty much the same.)
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Date of experience: May 2013
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