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Travel Blogs from Cuenca
We arranged with a young Canadian couple who were staying at
this hotel (we had earlier met them in Quito) to travel together to the best Inca
site in Ecuador at Ingapirca. We shared a taxi to the bus station and then
travelled by bus ($1.50 each) the 2 hours to the site. Sadly it began pouring
with rain when we arrived. There was an English speaking tour guide that took
us around the site but at break neck speed because his main aim seemed to be to
... American countries. On our second day in Cuenca, we spent a big chunk of the day in busses for one very good reason. Two hours out of Cuenca lies the ruins of an Incan city, the largest and most important ruins in all of Ecuador. The ruins, known as Ingapirca, are of a sun temple, a moon temple, and the city surrounding them. These eerie and beautiful ruins are set in a lush green rolling valley, high in the clouds above the Cañar river. The city was originally inhabited by ...
... out.... So we decided to cook dinner and stay in and watch films in the evening, as we just wanted to chill out, so we treated ourselves to some popcorn, beers and chocolate from the supermarket. We laughed ourselves senseless at Bad Grandpa, and then watched the rather romantic 'My week with Marilyn' a nice story about Miss Monroe. After a refreshing sleep it was time to head for the coast ...
... in to enjoy the ridiculously cheap lunch special. Then, of course, we took the city bus tour, sitting up top for all the best views. We had to keep ducking to avoid the power lines, but it was worth it to get a chance to wave at all the locals. You could tell it just made their day! And when I climbed the hill at the viewpoint and found out there weren't any extra views, just some weird smelly shacks, I was a little disappointed at first, but then I went partially behind a bush to take ...
... that I didn’t feel so bad (at least I know he made it)! We scope out the city bus tour and opt to take that tomorrow. We both need a pedicure and there is a place right across from our hotel. $8.00 great deal (or so we think)!! We grab our sandals and walk back. Our first clue should have been the lack of proper chairs… the second should have been the instruments on the floor. Amber went first and the girl certainly worked on ...
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