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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Cayman Hotel Quito
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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 …
... reflexes. I couldn't tell if it was playing or an aggressive gesture. I assumed it was playing but I always backed off anyway. Just in case.
We had lunch in that bay, some sort of fried rice. Delicious! We then took a quick trip to a nearby beach (on a different island, I don't know which one). Was beautiful, right out of a travel magazine. Except for the large flies. They reminded me ...
... cutest little man who owns it. He spoke mainly spanish but we managed to understand haha Worst moment: being in transit all day Banana moment: being so hungry that we ordered food at quito bus terminal, not realising how long it would take.. We had 10mins.. One meal came out and we both had to scoff it down in the hope that we could somehow explain the words 'takeaway' for the other meal in order to catch our bus on time! Luckily we managed.. However a very rushed and puffed moment ...
... or a car is needed. We had to do a lot of driving to get around. First, we stopped at a little museum-type thing where we learned about the indigenous plants, people, and the volcano. There, we drank coca tea (to help with altitude sickness) and our guide showed us where the magic mushrooms grow naturally, though you aren't allowed to take them from the park; I've never been one for following rules, but I'll leave it at that. We then loaded ...
... there was an oyster bar not far from the hotel, so we went out searching. Things have really changed in the last two years as there are more of the fast food outlets and the 'chain restaurants' out here now and a huge mall under construction. Needless to say, no oyster bar for Bobby! We had to satisfy ourselves with a lunch at Chili's and supper at Carraba's.
A 4:00am wake-up call on 2 Feb., got us moving! A hotel shuttle to the Orlando airport, a bit of ...