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... as this would be the last time we would see Jack as he would be spending 3 months in New York after his trip to the Galapagos.
We checked out of our hostel at 11 in preparation for an eight hour journey north to Banos, a small town in central Ecuador. The lads called in and we said our goodbyes. The guy working the morning shifts in our hostel was quite odd. He tried to charge Parkie for his first night although ...
... here for more than a few days and other older couples (as in not early twenties) travelling. The kitchen is a busy place in the mornings and evenings as everyone loves to take advantage of it. It's not a party hostel so nice and quiet generally so we're leased with our stay here. Tuesday July 22nd. Cuenca. I think I have sadi it before but we have totally taken to the lovely fruit for breakfast we can get here. We have decided we will certainly do this on returning home. Today we ...
... the dollar as its main currency but it has its own coins although you can use US ones too. We didn't know what to expect for lunch from our cheap Columbian place called Moliendo Cafe, but it was well reviewed and the corn pancakes (arepas) with guacamole, beans and meat went down a real treat. There are lots of cool looking bars and restaurants there but we really weren't in the mood for ...
... around town enjoying the historical churches, cobblestone streets, and of course headed to restaurant Tres Estrellas so Mike could try the Ecuadorian delicacy, cuy -- a/k/a guinea pig.
One day we met a couple we had previously met in the Galapagos, who are from Minnesota. They decided to escape the winter and spend three months here.
We also visited the cultural museum, which ...
... the chance to jump over the piles of flaming ash that were the last vestiges of the monigotes. We tried it too at the end of the night outside our hostel (the guys there had been too busy drinking to light it earlier), but ours was livened up by people every now and again chucking some fireworks in there for good measure!
Next morning and ‘Oh God, I'm old! So very, very old!!! And ‘Ouch, my head hurts. ...