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... to kill the last half hour or so before the next bus. 1345 comes around and to get away from a few suspicious guys lurking around the waiting area, we head off to the bus stop and wait for our bus. Leesh jumps on the bus and we are back in 33 and 34 again as I stand in line to put our backpacks away in the undercarriage. Guys behind are trying to sneakily push up the outside of the line as if they wouldn't get to put their bags under and they would miss the bus. I'm getting fed up ...
... in front of us. I guess he knew the road well enough, but it wasn’t the most calming ride I’ve ever taken.
We drove through a park near Cuenca called Parque Nacional Cajas, and it reminded me a lot of the highlands in Scotland. The shape of the hills and mountains and the vegetation were all very similar. It was really beautiful. I might spend a day getting a tour of the park one day ...
... It was
exactly like looking outside a plane window. We then drove through the highest
points which were in the Cajas National Park, a very scenic location of small
streams and alpine lakes. Then finally down to Cuenca. Our hotel is on the edge
of the old town and the mini van dropped us off not far from one of the bus
stations. We were not sure where we were, so eventually we flagged down a taxi
that took us to ...
... rapper) and by men, not in a sexual way, but in a "Who is this alien lady?" kind of way. Some days I don't care, on other days I am more annoyed by it. Again, things are different when you are traveling alone, you don't have the buffer of a friend to help you ignore this kind of thing. Moving on, the weather is a little cooler and rainier that I had hoped for, but I knew that the weather was a bit unpredictable here. Don't let ...
... a wide choice of restaurants and bars of all kinds, and we had the opportunity to eat a decent pizza one night and to go to an unmistakably german restaurant called Wunderbar to eat some Spätzle and Sauerbraten on the second night, if only to level the playing field. With our brand new hats we walked around the city and on the riverside, where hordes of kids threw themselves in, spraying water everywhere and dragging in with them everyone else who passed by. We ...
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