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... or the places of interest. The problem with Cuenca is two-fold: it is overrun with white folks, and it is a big city. Traffic, exhaust, noise, stressed people much similar to Quito. I enjoyed Cuenca but I wanted a city similar to Otavalo in size and tempo, where I could head out for day trips or spend a couple of hours in the park or at a local museum.
We arrived back at the hostel late, and tired. I had skipped out of the museum for a leisurely lunch. ...
... wolves, or coyotes. At one point, we stopped at a lookout spot and I played some music. There's a video floating around somewhere on Simone's phone or camera. The was incredible and completely unexpected, and, afterwards, our new ranger friends invited us for some lunch and drinks. For lunch, I had a dish called mote pillo, which is large soft corn kernels with scrambled eggs, a traditional Ecuadorian cheese and sugar empanada, and a hot chocolate with some sort of ...
... paperbark (brought here from Australia), political messages painted in large letters on houses, farmers either use cows and a yoke for ploughing or do it by hand, small farmers do not have a milking shed – women simply sit out in the field to do the milking, children bring the animals in as night falls, saw many women coming home from the farms with large bags of produce on their backs eg., lucerne, most common car seems to be Chevrolet twin-cab ...
... like a nice home inside. But this one did.
I met her mom, Suzana, and her sister, Paola, and they couldn’t have been nicer. Andrea lived in Australia for eight months, so her english is nearly perfect, so of course her mom and sister haven’t had the same luxury, but they both tried really hard to speak to me in english, which is so nice. We had a great dinner and then we sat and chatted for a while ...
... that we could walk around. They had also recreated an Inca garden with all the vegetables and plants that were grown by Inca's. To make it really authentic, they even had a couple of llamas grazing.
We walked back toward the centre along Calle Larga, one of the main streets full of restaurants and museums. We stopped in a German bakery for a late lunch. David was really hungry and ordered empanadas and cakes. Everything was huge when it arrived ...