Hostal Guapulo Inti
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- Continental Breakfast
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... We hurriedly left the
hostel to grab some dinner and went into a small local restaurant nearby. We
tried the ‘I’ve got no idea apart from knowing the word chicken meal’ which
tasted pretty good and a bottle of coke each. The total cost of this was $6!! The
owner convinced us not to have the soup that most of the locals were having
which we finally worked out from the sign language was cow’s stomach (glad we
agreed with her)
... Ecuadorian food. Everyone thought it was a great idea to try it out. Even Carlos said it was safe enough for us to eat there. We got into 3 taxis and headed out. When we got there, the smell of fire and meat was intoxicating. After making one pass around all the vendors, I went with the whole fried pompano fish, rice, yucca fries, salad, and a Fanta. It was so much food that I couldn't believe they were selling it so cheap. This plate which would cost ...
... had a wander around the farm for about an hour, looking out for the tortoises, we saw so many, even a pair mating! It was then back to the boat for our daily briefing about what we would be doing the next day and for dinner. Dinner was once again rationed, the food was basic but edible. As soon as we had dinner the boat pulled anchor and we started moving onto our next destination. The water was pretty rough and I did not feel too good, so had an early ...
... Revolution, and it was definitely one of the best places we've stayed! The owner is a lovely lady from Ontario, and she kept the hostel in tip top shape. Easily the best kitchen we've had the pleasure of using thus far. Once we had rested up a bit we were itching to explore a bit of the city! We ventured out to get some groceries, and see the Basilica Church that was nearby, and I quickly felt the difference in altitude. Not enough to be called altitude sickness, ...
... The parents go to different markets certain days of the week where they're busier so the children we were with today are generally from parents who have permanent stalls in the market. For the last two days a little girl name Cynthia has clung to me and her mom runs a little stall that sells meat, so Cynthia spends the majority of her time there. She's such a sweet little girl with a huge personality, but her front four teeth - and I am assuming the majority ...