Casa Ordonez

Address: 859 Mariscal Lamar, Cuenca, Ecuador | 2 star b&b
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    Travel Blogs from Cuenca

    Eternal spring

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on May 01, 2015

    9 photos


    This morning we had no obligation to be up and ready for school. We also knew we would have no homework to do, a weight had been lifted off our shoulders!

    We don't regret taking Spanish lessons, we now at least have a basic grasp of of the language. But I think it has reinforced for us that we don't want to study in a classroom environment in that way, other, more flexible forms of studying perhaps being our cup ...

    Day 249: "El Cajas" Parque and Cuenca, Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 16, 2015

    73 photos

    ... few hours before I met back up with Hacéne, Simone, and one of the rangers, Luis. We went to a place called "el centro cultural," which was like a weird goth, dungeons-and-dragons-type bar that featured really creepy art. It was pretty cool actually. I could see it being a real trip on the weekends. We had a few beers and chatted there, and then ate a late dinner before heading to sleep early. The next day I was waking up to make my way down to Peru and I wanted an early ...


    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Feb 22, 2015

    2 comments, 56 photos

    ... we walked to the Pumapungo Museum, housed in the Central Bank Building, only 20 minutes away. The museum occupies three floors and has some beautiful Incan artifacts and interesting dioramas of life in early Ecuadorian times. Also on display were some shrunken heads, which unfortunately were housed in glass cylinders and in very low light. Not a pretty sight!

    Outside the museum we wandered through the archaeological park. Not ...

    Hangin' in Cuenca

    A travel blog entry by ironap on Feb 16, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of this town. The bus was full, no space for you, Senor. As it was pulling away we noticed an empty lower level. No one wants the lower deck, it seems, so they send it off that way. We bought a ticket, got on, climbed the stairs and found, lo and behold, spaces on the top deck.

    Many on the open, top level, were holding umbrellas. Was this a sun shield? We soon found out. A Carnival tradition is to spray anyone, ...


    A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Sep 25, 2014

    8 photos

    ... when they came to inhibit the land. Only 150 of the most important people lived in the buildings and over 3000 lived around in the hills. The main and most impressive building was of oval shape facing west to east, and this is the only place in all of South America that the Incas built this shape building. It was built there because they new about the sun and how the earth moved and that that was the closest to North and South. They used volcanic stones to build there buildings ...