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... what I thought... No thanks. Instead Harry took the opportunity to join Explorer Dave and Berny the Polish Brit or British Pole depending on what sort of a mood she´s in on a hike through the mountains overlooking Baños. And a great hike it was too. Good training for the Inca Trail and some spectacular views, notably from the café at the top overlooking the whole city. The whole trek, including coffee and a picnic took four and a half ...
... and watch the sun set!
Tomorrow we kayak and go snorkeling\diving in ...
... back and without going to the hostel, we hit an Italian restaurant that we've been wanting to hit, Julius Caesar's Cafe. After indulging in some Focaccia bread and the best Pasta Carbonara I've ever had, I head to another highly rated cafe and try their excellent froccachino. After doing some laundry, we depart to a local hot springs spa to recover from our ride that morning and get refreshed after a long trip. It's my first spa treatment, but it was a great experience. I ...
... and headed into Ecuador. It had rained over night so it wasn't that nice packing up the tents slightly wet because of all of the wet sand. We left after breakfast and headed about two hours to the border crossing. When we arrived, it looked like a very official crossing compared to some of the others we had been to that just looked like a house. We all stamped out of Peru and into ...
... the sun. Cuenca has a strange climate, it's like every day here is spring, neither hot nor cold. The apartment doesnt have heating, or air conditioning, it doesn't really need them. Every day it's around 18 degrees, and doesn't drop below 10 degrees overnight. It has only two seasons, wet and dry, and we are here on the cusp of the seasons.
There's plenty of cloud each day, and rain isn't uncommon, but when the sun comes out ...