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- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCayman Hotel Quito
Very nice hostel, staff are so helpful and friendly. Clean, hot water, nice garden, would use again.
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Getting the hang of the buses. Not as crowded today (Saturday) we are 15 hours behind you. Caught 4 in all today. Went to la Mitad del Mundo (Middle of the world) or the equator, where we could stand in the northern and Southern Hemispheres at the same time. I'll try to send you a pic. It was a long trip - two buses and we arrived in middle of a …
... of us. I'm pretty excited about this because it's the first time (even in college) where I have a group of good, like-minded people who like to cool similar food so I can spend less money and eat well and feel good about cooking and cleaning because we all have a similar outlook on cooking and cleaning. When we got home, we made an awesome vegetarian indian curry and then just hung out talking until ...
... equator and get back. Before checking out we asked if we could leave our bags in the storage while we go to the equator plus we are getting picked up at the hostel anyway and that was fine. While we are waiting for Andrew (as per usual) some dudes sittin listenin to music on loudspeaker, its utter pish latin stuff. Wish he would of went and got headphones the dick. Andrew said we could go get breakfast at this place he likes last night, come to go for breakfast and ...
... de Orellana, a conquistador who was the first Westerner to cross the Amazon region to reach the Atlantic Ocean (he was also the founder of Guayaquil, out of interest). I went down the hill to the beautiful white Sanctuary de El Guápulo, which unfortunately was closed apart from the entrance area. Then I climbed all the way back up again, packed my stuff and took a taxi to the airport for my flight to ...
... if you can't beat 'em, join 'em! The streets were packed with people of all ages late into the night, I asked what they were celebrating and was told this is what it is always like at the weekend. There were groups of dancers in brightly sequined outfits, people dressed in costumes wearing strange masks and lots of people there just out to have a good time. The atmosphere was electric! We were all rather tired from the long journey from Banos and the stressful restaurant ...