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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in Ecuador, various locals hop on to sell all sorts of snacks and even little trinkets. After a brief lecture, probably about how the goods are locally produced, they are surprisingly successful with their sales.
After finally arriving in Ambato we took another 45 minute bus to Banos and found a cheap hostel recommended in our guide book and ate tasty falafel in their middle eastern restaurant before having an early night.
... local farmer had an ingenius idea to build a tree house and swing in his garden and charge a dollar for the tourists to have a go. My tummy flipped a million times as I swung over the edge of the mountain trying not to look down at the sheer drop. When the fun ended we began the 2 hour downhill trek back to the town. Ecuador clearly doesn't feel the need to use signposts, which meant we spent the whole time getting lost and wandering in ...
... across from the San Francisco Church. We had really poor service and the lady was really rude to us, so we ate and left our money on the table. We walked across the street to the church because we were going on a tour to see the catacombs. The lady from the restaurant followed us into the church saying we didn't pay enough, but in truth we paid what was on the menu. Before leaving she said in Spanish, "Good. Now God knows what you've done!" and stormed out.
Next day, hang over free, we set about exploring. First we called in to the hot springs with our friend Erez, where we tested the different temperaturas out in the thermal pools. (Check out the mandatory sexy caps we had to wear!!) Feeling ´cleansed´, we had a walk around the pretty town itself and decided to hire a buggy to drive up to a view point called Casa de Arbol, meaning House of ...
This love and passion for art and books has without a doubt been passed down to the children of Baños. Come to La Bib five minutes before opening, and you’ll see children lined down the street, patiently waiting (some not so patiently i.e. there’ll inevitably be someone banging on the door) for the doors to be opened so they can be the first in to secure a beanbag and the only copy of Huevos Verdes con Jamón (Green ...