Casa Ordonez

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

Inca cities and panama hats

A travel blog entry by jandkross


As we expected, the breakfast on Tuesday morning at Hostal Macaw was excellent. We had fruit juice (tree tomato), cereal, yoghurt, bananas, papaya, eggs, fried manioc, cheese, lovely brown bread with wholegrains, homemade blackberry jam and coffee. It was delicious!

The husband and wife owners both spoke good English and whilst we were …


A travel blog entry by rangjill


... an alcoholic drink made from panela (sugarcane), cinnamon, and fruit juice called lulu. It is served warm and on a chilly night in the mountain-enclosed city, it is perfect. After dinner, we walked around the "La Ronda" district. It is a revitalized area in the city that aims to attract more tourists and locals alike. Jose showed us an area that only a few years ago, used to be the most dangerous part of Quito. The open area now boasts views of the surrounding mountains, ...

Still in Cuenca!

A travel blog entry by lairsho


... that part of town and am still trying to figure out where a certain cafe is. Of course, I'm directionally challenged so that plays into it, but I like it better in the old town where we make new sightings daily of beautiful colonial buildings or yet another graceful old church. We also like this fact that we keep making new discoveries. We had walked a few times for more than several blocks along the Tomebamba River that separates the old town from the new. Two days ...

Independence of Cuenca Day

A travel blog entry by lucywillson


... before walking round. It was a small crypt; first there was a shrine with chairs in front of it, then a corridor flanked with grave compartments and a couple of statues of angels. There was a much small shrine at the end of it.

Once I’d walked back upstairs I saw to my consternation that the door to the main part of the cathedral was locked. I knocked on it, but just as I did that the nun appeared from behind me and opened it. She asked me something in Spanish – ...

Spanish lesson 1

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan


... off by going over most of the stuff I already knew so that the teacher could get an idea of where I was at. Nice old lady in her 50s from Cuenca, and got some information about the town and things to do but we never got around to doing much. Justin Bieber is playing in town on November 3 and as tempting as it is to go and see him play, I think I'm gonna get the hell out of ...

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