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... was also an exhibit showing artifacts of some of the early people living in the area. Downstairs there was a large exhibit showcasing the money in Ecuador over time. They originally and their own currency, the Sucre, but in the early 2000s changed over to the US dollar due to the huge inflation they had in Ecuador. On the upper floor was displays of the different indigenous populations that live in the country. This included ...
... decided we better do our obligatory monthly sight seeing of a church so popped into one in town for a few seconds just to say we had done the touristy church thing. We then followed the river through town to a ruins site which typically was shut for the day. We saw our first lot of inca ruins the next day after catching a two hour bus out to them. The Ingapirca ruins are the biggest in Ecuador and luckily we had a guide take us ...
After our nutritious dinner of peanut butter baguette on the four eight hour journey from Puerto Lopez we arrived in Cuenca. What followed...rain , rain and more rain. We arrived in Cuenca hoping that perhaps it might be a bit brighter...it wasn't. Our hostel wasn't that great either, although better than Guayaquil but that doesn't stand for much I guess. The hostel was all very open, glass was missing in the windows, there was no where warm ...
... up! I`d thought it was open until 6pm on Saturdays. Instead, we went to a different Panama hat place nearby and Dave tried a few on before settling on one. After I`d paid for it the guy put it in a cloth bag shaped like a hat. I was very taken with it and had to take a photo of it!
On the way back to the hostel to dump our stuff, I suddenly remembered about food for our long bus journey to Banos tomorrow and the fact that we would have ...
... nice, our room had a balcony right over top of the river. We could look right down to the water. It was pretty neat. When it rained the water got faster and browner, which was good for the worker guys, cuz they liked to throw stuff in the river, like wood and cement and garbage and stuff. It really made them smile. We had a TV in our room, too, but all the channels were in Spanish so I didn't understand very much. There was one commercial, though, for a website that teaches ...