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Nate Saint House

Highway to Puyo, across from airpot, Shell 160252, Ecuador
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Wonderful historical home with exhibits

We were a group of fifteen people that visited the Nate Saint House. The facility is small and can... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2016
Justin C
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Santa Clarita, California
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History buffs & emotional visit

When I was small, I had read books about Jim Elliot & 4 other missionaries who lost their lives in... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2016
Karlzz
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Armenia, Colombia
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22 May 2016
“Wonderful historical home with exhibits”
21 Jan 2016
“History buffs & emotional visit”
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Highway to Puyo, across from airpot, Shell 160252, Ecuador
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Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

We were a group of fifteen people that visited the Nate Saint House. The facility is small and can be toured in an hour. There are many artifacts displayed and a docent to tell the story of the missionaries. They have some replica artifacts to...More

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Reviewed 22 January 2016 via mobile

When I was small, I had read books about Jim Elliot & 4 other missionaries who lost their lives in the Ecuadorian jungle. Finally, I visited. If you are traveling from Banos/Ambato to Puyo, it is after the 'terminal' or stop-off point for passengers in...More

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Reviewed 28 September 2015

We visited this house as part of a mission trip with a group of 12. There is lots of good information here about the Saint family and their experiences with the Waodani tribe. I especially enjoyed the items for sale made by the different tribes...More

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