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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had read that almost all parts of town could be reached for US$2. She seemed stunned when we indicated she could go chase herself.
The next guy to stop immediately said, "Dos dolares" when I asked, "Quanto es?". Honest guy had us at the hotel ten minutes later. On the way out of town we passed a modern university campus with faculties of engineering, computing and health sciences at its front. It was that Ecuadorean option for education on show ...
... the hotel. We are only staying here one night and the young man at the desk, Gabriel, is very helpful and he speaks very good English. We ask about the train to "The Devil’s Nose" in Alausi and he promises to find out about it tomorrow for us. It will be Sunday and Election day so he isn’t sure that it will be running. We eat dinner at the hotel and it is very good. We spend some time talking to a German man who is traveling alone and give him couple ...
... Chimborazo into the cloud forest. We also saw many gorgeous landscapes and endemic plants (they only grow here in the páramo). The páramo is the unique portion of the andes that is between the continuous forest and the snow caps. We saw tons of wild vicuñas (the llama looking things) scattered all over the mountains. It was hard to imagine how they ran up and down these rocky mountain sides, as I was ...
... in Ecuador, and it was nice to take in the quiet villages, and their quiet, smiling inhabitants in distinct dress.
First stop: Otavalo. Unbeknownst to us, we stepped in to the fiestas of San Pedro in this indigenous city--I was awoken at 2AM our first night to a group of dancing, drinking, fiddle/guitar playing party goers spinning in circles down our street. Little did I know, this was just the beginning of the festivities. We went to a nearby town ...
... physically couldn't go any further and i still had to get down before the sun got too bright otherwise we would be at a pretty significant avalanche risk. They called it quits, i never threw in the towel, so i was proud of that but that's about it.
That has to be one of the worst feelings ever, to invest soo much time and energy into climbing the ******* only to fall short, but not only that letting the team down, Brock and the guide had to ...