Holiday Inn Express Quito
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Loved the king bed, no smoking room! Plenty of space, clean, nice bathroom. The concierge was friendly and helpful.
Breakfast was a selection of yogurt, fruit, sliced meats and breads. There was also sausage and eggs. Even when breakfast was over in fifteen minutes, they would refill selections. Was nothing spectacular as far as taste goes, but what they did have they had plenty of
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As always with traveling large distances, there is a day of sitting to start the adventure.
It starts with the car, and my amazing parents who helped me finish packing and got me to the airport with plenty of time to spare. It continues, waiting for the flight. Then of course the actual flight, then the layover, the following flight, etc …
... includes kidnapping and guns to your head. From there they finally made their way to Ecuador and had just returned from 10 days in the jungle. Most of which his girlfriend has been sick with fever. I overheard them talking about hospitals so Mark and I offered our nursing services. There wasn't much we could do. She'd had a fever for a week, she needed some tests. All day we wondered about them and if she was okay and it was nice to see them again at our hostel that night. ...
... Every 4 years the people elect their president and other politicians. The voting age is 16. I found it interesting that everyone 18 to 65 is required to vote. Those 16 and 17 years old have the option to vote or not.
Quito is located in South America and bordered by the Pacific Ocean. The city is divided into two areas. One is the modern city with the tall skyscraper buildings with the shining glass and sleek lines.
The other is the old city with ...
... finished and dropped us off, we headed to La Paz - the capital city of Bolivia, and also the world´s highest administrative capital (3,650m above sea level). We weren´t able to spend long here (although 4 hours was enough time for Liv to get her bag slashed!), but one thing we had to make time for was to experience cycling down the Yungas Road, which connects La Paz to a town called Corioco - slightly more famous for also being the (sadly ex) World´s Most Dangerous ...
... the mother and father, and the four grown brothers: Antonio (our host), Santiago, Daniel, and Francisco. All of them live at home, and Antonio and Santiago have fiances living a long way away (in Brazil, and an hour south of Quito, respectively).
The key was then found, and we are taken the the next street over to another house - this is to be mine and Casey's for the week! Unbelievable, and great to have our own space to spread out. These quarters are plain bizarre ...