Verde Limon Hostal
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... wolves, or coyotes. At one point, we stopped at a lookout spot and I played some music. There's a video floating around somewhere on Simone's phone or camera. The was incredible and completely unexpected, and, afterwards, our new ranger friends invited us for some lunch and drinks. For lunch, I had a dish called mote pillo, which is large soft corn kernels with scrambled eggs, a traditional Ecuadorian cheese and sugar empanada, and a hot chocolate with some sort of ...
... It's an ideal place, fully furnished, comfortable, clean and modern, very comparable to Canadian standards.
On our first day we decided to take the city bus tour. We boarded a double decker bus with an open top and made the mistake of initially sitting on the plastic seats that were exposed to the sun. It took us 3 seconds to move to the section of the bus that was shaded by a nearby tree! The sun here in Ecuador is very ...
We got up and had breakfast at 8am because we wanted to catch the 9 o'clock bus to Ingapirca. Our breakfast which was included in our room was awesome, and finally a morning without eggs! Yay!! We got a taxi to the bus terminal and got straight onto the bus. We thought it was a 2 hour journey but it was close to 2.5 by the time we stopped at all the different places along the way to let locals on and off. When we got to Ingapirca we paid our $6 entrance fee and waited for 10 ...
... think we may have just found our Ecuador souvenir. The rest of the day we just walked around the city and eventually came back to look at flights to Galápagos Islands. We got such a good deal on our flights that we celebrated by purchasing another ticket for Vietnam, Hanoi to Ho Chi Ming. We now hopefully don't need any more flights for this trip. After a Colombian style dinner we came home and found Carl and Kim who had just come back from the Cajas ...
... and gave in to the cravings and went to Subway. Afterwards we just walked through town to the main plaza, past a German bakery (unfortunately also closed) and eventually ended up in a cute little cafe where we stopped for a piece of cake and a good coffee (even non-addicts like me start craving good coffee in South America, as 90% of restaurants and cafes only serve instant coffee). As Chris wanted to visit a souvenir shop she had been to the ...
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