Hacienda La Carriona
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... roamed the streets. We pulled into what seemed to be a joinery and the driver hopped out and loaded the van with wood, it must be for the fire at the hostel. This van has surprised me, it managed to get all thenway up the windy brick road around 17km to the town of what i think was called Pedregal. The further up this hill we went the more the place looked like Scotland. We turned off this road and onto a dirt track for about 5km which took us to our destination of ...
... entrance/exit to the National Park. There was a TV playing the England vs. Italy World Cup group match - Italy were winning 1-0. It was just after half time. Just as we drew up to the hostel later on, the match finished. England had lost and were out of the World Cup.
Although it was knackering, I was still really glad we'd done this Cotopaxi excursion. The sight of the glacier at the top is spectacular and the scenery in the rest of the National Park is beautiful.
Early morning start with a departure from the hotel of 4:30am. There was no traffic on the road so the trip to the airport was just over 50 minutes. We had a guide from G Adventures with us who helped us through the bag check, Galapagos visa and check in process. Once we went through departures we were on our own and we managed to get on the correct flight. The flight stopped in Guayaquil for a refuel of about 30 minutes and then we carried onto ...
... but instead a green coloured beer. I should have known better!
Embarrassed an in need of a bathroom we got off the tram with displeased looks, with me trying to apologise and luckily the stop we got off at was a main station and had a big shopping centre for me to fix myself up. Luckily I didn't get any on myself or Dave!
We had another wait for the next bus carrying on to Quitumbe. Neither of us had a watch or anything to show us the time unless ...
I said goodbye to my family at 6:30am in the morning January 25th, and arrived in Quito, Ecuador around 5pm on the 26th. Every flight I had was delayed, my cold was getting worse and I could not sleep on the overnight flight. When we finally got to ACLAS, the school we will be studying at, I was so exhausted but also had been fortunate enough to have 24 other people who spoke english with me for the past 12 hours. Because we were so late we ...