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Ailola Otavalo Spanish School - Day Class - CLOSED

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Modesto Jaramillo #623 y Morales, Otavalo 100450 Ecuador
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Otavalo Market - Shared Tour
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Otavalo Market - Shared Tour

The indigenous Market of Otavalo is the most colorful and popular market in South America, you can find a lot of textiles, souvenir, fruits, local food, and many interesting things. This is a good chance to explore the plaza of Ponchos:<br>Our Itinerary:<br>- Meeting Point in Magic Bean, La Mariscal, Mariscal Foch E5-20, Quito 170143, Ecuador at 6h45 AM<br>- Middle of the World Quitsato<br>- Cayambe biscuits factory<br>- The viewpoint of San Pablo Lake<br>- The indigenous market of Otavalo<br>- Leather shops in Cotacachi<br>- Lunch<br>- Laguna de Cuicocha<br>- Return to Quito
$91.39 per adult
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Merlinde96 wrote a review Aug 2015
Groningen, The Netherlands3 contributions
Learning a new language can be really difficult and can take up a lot of your time. A perfect way to learn a new language is just going to the country where they speak it, force yourself to speak the language and combine this with language school. That is what I did in Ecuador.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Response from AilolaLingua, Manager at Ailola Otavalo Spanish School - Day Class
Responded Aug 30, 2015
Hello Merlinde, Many thanks for your great and detailed review. Ailola Otavalo is indeed much smaller than Ailola Quito because most students travel to Quito but we are working on this. And with your review I hope other students will become interested, too ;-) When we don't have other students in the same level, we need to convert the clss into private lessons which is also the best for the student. It's our demand to deliver quality lessons and that's only possible when the students have the same or very similar language level in class. A combination of Quito and Otavalo like you did is always good to get to know both places. I wish you all the best. Keep on learning Spanish! Saludos, Philip and the Ailola Otavalo team
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