Hostal Guapulo Inti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... hostel tomorrow afternoon for free, so we went for that option.
For dinner we went back to the Argentinian grillhouse we´d visited a couple of days before. This time Dave chose the mixed grill, which arrived piled up and still sizzling on a portable grill. He really liked most of it but unsurprisingly left the intestines! We shared some ´Italian potatoes´ (fried potatoes with melted cheese, sour cream and mushrooms) as a starter and for the main I had a steak.
... of the churches that we saw at nighttime several days before. It’s actually forbidden to take photos inside the churches, and in one of the churches I didn’t see the sign and assumed it was okay….So now you get to see what the churches look like on the inside! Didn’t mean to do it! We spent the rest of the evening back at the apartment, all anxious and excited for our trip to the Galapagos the following day! AHHHHH!!!! ...
... Then the temperature drops as we start to enter the cloud forest and can no longer see much out the windows.
At the lunch stop we eat delicious local soup for $1.50 (plus rice for Anna, but not for me since I fill up pretty easy) and we talk to Omar, a lovely guy with great English who is a diver in the Ecuadorean navy and is currently on his way home to visit his parents for a few days - he even invited us to visit as well!
Back on the bus, a dark ...
... known it can be witnessed. We observe it in the fact that thought cannot think of a duration which never ends; in the fact that our everyday thought is established on a duality; and in the fact, also, that the further we investigate our own minds the deeper is the mystery of existence as such. Ultimately we come to realize that consciousness is a discontinuous phenomenon. Qabala is a training of the mind that makes it so subtle ...
... problem, except for the fact that we hadn't anticipated such a huge drop in temperature, and weren't willing to tear apart our bags for anything warmer to wear. Our only option left was to find a place to huddle up and try to catch a couple more hours of something that maybe resembled sleep and wait it out. We found a small stoop a couple of doors down which was actually the front door of another hostel, and snuggled in to our hovel for warmth. It hadn't even been ...