Hotel El Conquistador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... day after me having a failed attempt of showing mum around Cuenca as I send her off to explore with a map while I pack up my stuff and go in search of a thank you present for my family. However, mum has a bit of a disastrous time after falling over a bollard when stepping backwards to take a photo and is battered and bruised all down one side and in a bit of shock. Luckily, some kind hairdressers take her under their wing and she survives her ordeal, just ...
... our English guided tour started. The guided tour is the only way to go around the site which is quiet small but worth a visit. It was a stunning day and the scenery all around was incredible!! The layout of the site was in the shape of a puma as this was one of the 3 animals they worshipped. There was some small remains from the Canari's which was a group of people that lived in the same place as the Incas but thousands of years before them. The Incas built overtop of ...
... meeting up with Andrea for ice cream. We weren’t hungry after such a huge lunch, but there’s always room for ice cream. We went to a place called Tutto Freddo that has awesome ice cream in all kinds of flavors. I had Nutella and strawberry, and they were both delicious. It’s been a great day with the Guillen family and I can’t thank them enough for being so ...
... I got to talking with the vendor at the bus station. He was impressed by my undertaking of travelling alone in Ecuador. "ĦQue macha!" were his exact words. Now I may not know a lot of Spanish yet but I am guessing macha is the female equivalent of macho. Which I'm hoping is kind of a compliment in this context. I spent most of the bus ride gazing out ...
... the afternoon and just had enough time to grab some groceries for dinner and hang out at the hostel. Monday morning we had a relaxed start, and headed out to explore some of Cuenca. We checked out a couple museums, the first one being Museo Extremo, or the museum of extreme cultures. It was a neat museum/gallery, and yes very extreme. Apparently they also put on shows and sort of turn into a bar on some nights, unfortunately we weren't around long enough to see one. ...