Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... e in Ecuador, così come in molti altri Paesi del Sud America, questo equivale a una gigantesca battaglia d'acqua con bombe, pistole, secchi e quant'altro. La nuotata nel torrente l'abbiamo evitata, ma non gli spruzzi che arrivano quando meno te l'aspetti, magari dal finestrino di un auto in corsa. Oggi ripartiamo: restiamo sull'altipiano e saliamo verso nord. Ci fermeremo qualche giorno a Baños, giusto per passare il Carnevale e ricevere qualche altra ...
... whilst Chris laid on the couch feeling sorry for himself. Unfortunately he felt too ill to eat dinner :( The mulled wine was so delicious and made the whole flat smell like Christmas!!!! We bought tinsel and Christmas hats whilst out at the parade and were now ready to have our first ever Christmas together, first ever away from home/family, and first ever cooked by ourselves (me) and perhaps the first ever to be made WITHOUT AN ...
... in the most elaborate costumes and parade on horses through the city all day. There is also a lot of other caracters and bands in the procession which is quite spectacular and draws crowds from all the villages in the neighborhood which means that this is also the best day to see the indians in their colorful traditional clothes.
Christmas well celebrated we relaxed until Maria's on the 27th. She got to decide what to do on the day so we went to Cajas ...
... mildly bohemian vibe, was spent shopping for food, cooking, walking a ton, running, playing at one of the most interesting and fun playgrounds any of us had ever seen (with playground equipment reminiscent of nautilus machines normally found in gyms) and an awesome (high and long) zip line. Leaving this morning was bitter sweet. On a bus now, with Noa's sleeping head on my lap, looking out the windows at the clouds sitting lower than we are in the valleys, headed to a ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility