Hacienda La Cienega
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... These were some of the worst bikes I'd seen with the suspension completely ineffective so we weren't too comfortable cycling down the rocky and dusty track. The lagoon was clearly overshaddowed by the spectacular volcano and was unimpressive.
The bus picked us up from after a while and we finished the day with a late lunch (around 5 o'clock at this stage) with our group. We laughed as although no one had put up their hands when ...
About five years ago Quinn cut out an article in a newspaper about a crater lake in the middle of the Ecuadorian mountains. This was our next stop and we based ourselves at the nearby town, Latacunga, and took a day trip out to the lake. The lake is an active volcano and about 4000m high in altitude which is the highest we have been. Half the fun is actually getting to and from the volcano which can be tricky when doing ...
... de nous conduire jusqu'à la prochaine ville où nous serions en mesure de prendre le bus. Après une négociation de 4$, nous avons sauté à l'arrière et avons été rejoints par deux petites femmes équatoriennes. Même en mauvais espagnol, elles nous ont fait rire. Enfin un autre trajet en bus et un bon repas, arrivés à l'auberge, nous sommes calfeutrés pour une seconde ...
After Baños we ventured to a little town called Latacunga. It was an uglier version of Arequipa. A nothing little town that serves only as a jumping off point to the Cotopaxi Volcano and the Quilatoa Loop. The loop was the reason we came. The hostel we stayed in was one of the better, with a huge, comfortable common area. We met a kiwi guy watching Scarface and being a Sunday (nothing was open) we sat and watched with him until dinner time. We managed to find one ...
... busses that go from Baños to Quito don't like to stop here. Once we were checked into our hostel we went on a mission to find somewhere for laundry as our clothes from the jungle stink. The joys of the humid climate of the jungle is that nothing drys properly so most of our clothes are a little on the high side. After a late lunch and a walk around town we escaped back to our hostel to catch up a little on the blog and do some research into visas for our trip ...