Of the many things I love about Ecuador, I think wandering through the Artisan Markets is one of the things that I enjoy most. There is so much to see and such beautiful artisan work to admire. It’s also incredibly colorful! Here are some photos from the Otavalo which has the largest outdoor Artisan Market in all of South America.
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