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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 …
Got a call from Luis, informing me my Spanish class for the day got cancelled. ...I had no motivation to leave until class at that point, so I'm 0 for 3 for going to the CEC Spanish class this week. Probably because it's free. And I don't feel like I'm getting anything out of it. That and I just have been having trouble getting up in the mornings this ...
... in Ecuador Papallacta is the last on my list. It is beautiful. At 3300 meters it is the high point in one of the mountain passes to the Oriente. (The Oriente is of course the large portion of Ecuador to the east of the Andes where the jungles begin and the land is moist – wet, damp, dank.) What differs Papallacta from the Oriente is the elevation. The steep, green rain drenched hills drip with moisture and the air is not only thin but cold - a kind ...
So Dave had some bad luck and wasn't feeling too good with a bad stomach and nausea today so he decided it was a good idea to miss the morning activity. Off jessie went to learn about natural medicines in the jungle. First our guide elvis took a knife to tree and broke off a woodchip, which, once ingested acts as a natural defence against malaria. Secondly we visited a tree which saps a damp white powder, he compressed some into a ...
... wonderful things, such as which plants to use for anaesthetic, grating foods and halucinagetic drugs. We saw an old trap for hunting. Rode on a swing like Tarzan and attempted to climb a tree with our feet tied together. It was amazing to get in and amongst it all, I think the track was well trodden but wasn't cleared out too much like it would be back home. We were often taken off the track to other weird and wonderful places. ...