Hotel Boutique Orilla del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the gate and opening them to see the sun hit Machu Picchu is something I will never forget. I was a tad worried we might not feel this way, everyone you meet in Cusco who has already gone tells you how amazing it is and you have also just spent 4 days focussing on getting there. So there is a danger of an anticlimax, but not at all. It really is breath taking and I was so glad we saw it that way ( she says with washed hair sitting on a bed). What I had forgotten was that ...
... kindly met us to show us to our hostel. He also rather surprised us with the news that he had organised us a tour bus around the city for the evening. All I will say for now is that the booking was unnecessary. We dropped our stuff off, did our peeps and poops, then left. We walked around a bit, got some food, then headed for the bus. We arrived a bit early, so naturally, we thought ...
... the bar, and, in an effort to wring out the last bit of authentic Ecuadorian life, ate fondue in the hotel's Swiss restaurant (not sure how that came to be). It’s 88 degrees outside (feels like 93), and we think we’ve seen enough of Guayaquil, so we stay indoors. On to Costa Rica! But first we travel to Miami because under airline logic the shortest distance between two points involves a thousand extra air miles.
... the edge of the truck holding onto ice cream fridges, Rosmari doing the same opposite me, we had a great sunset among masses of banana trees, then we hit the main road and I held on a little tighter as it would be rather painful to fall off at the speed our driver was going. A free lift into town we figured out where we could get a bus back to Guayaquil, bit of frantic rush back to the house and out the door to get to the bus terminal and head to Tena and the jungle!
... into the large terminal I suddenly realised I'd not made solid plans with anyone, didn't know where people were staying or where people were going out. But they knew I was arriving at 1pm so I'm sure they'll come meet me. And as I couldn't get on the wifi (typical) as it was Saturday afternoon and loads of shoppers were clogging the system I jumped in an Internet cafe every 30 mins to send a few Facebook messages. 3 hours later, after Pizza Hut and starting to worry something ...