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... in the afternoon I ventured with some of the staff from the hostel into a part if the city I haven't seen before. I could have been in any country, there was a huge retail outlet with a food court that sold every type of fast food you can imagine, I felt like I was back in England or New Zealand. That changed again when we got he bus home. It was absolutely packed - the first one we tried to board closed its doors after only Danny got on. We three girls then had to wait for the next ...
... Sonia and I go car troubles will follow. We spent thirty minutes or so with our friends from the Jatun Sacha Foundation trying to fix it, but to no avail. They decided the best move was to call a taxi to take us to the apartment and leave the car there for the night. After arriving close to 2am, we were greeted very warmly with a HUGE plate of sandwiches and Coca-Cola (YESSSSSS!) This was the perfect way to ...
... equation is therefore its solution. In spite of being introduced by means of an intellectual approach it can project in us the essential game of life and existence if we will allow it to break up our every-day linear way of thinking.
... the hotels regularly buy fresh roses for their lobby's and other areas. We (i.e. Australians) on the other hand, pay $100 for the same dozen! We didn't stop but continued on to do some shopping at a huge market in Otavalo. The market had local crafts including jewellery, paintings, clothes, embroidery hats, ponchos and anything else that you may want to buy. Bronte picked up a number of bargains; we all bought hats (Panama's ...
... of the indigenous tribes used to shrink the heads of loved ones who died or of enemies they had killed and wear them around their necks. They have some real shrunken heads in the museum, it's crazy, they're actually shrunken to the size of a fist. This practice has been banned now because apparently shrunken human heads were selling on the black market for $50,000! They still shrink animals heads though to keep the tradition alive. After a very squishy bus journey back ...
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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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