Hosteria Caballo Campana
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... the locals was fun, it's always good to see local goods and food as well. Arrived at Alausi for the train trip up to Sibambe. A fantastic trip on a zig zag railway system. Snacks and dancers await us :) Back to Alausi and on the bus - bound for Cuenca!! We got about three hours into our four hour journey when a major strike closed the road. Protestors were objecting to the introduction of a new technology tax.... Ecuador produces food for export but has to import a ...
... there's no organisation, they didn't know how to work their online bookings, luckily had a room available for us and when we get in there, there's no fan or aircon or air flow for that matter. Now Montanita rarely gets below 90% humidity and the heat on top of that was already making us regret the decision. The kitchen is a mess with rubbish everywhere and we look at each other and think 'alright, do one night and see how we go'. We decide to get out of there as much as possible, ...
... to the Ecuadorian cultural historic.
We went to relax to the thermals located at 7km only from Cuenca, in the district of Banos. We went to the best of them called "Piedra de Agua". www.piedradeagua.com.ec
We spent all day there for only 15$, yes! they had an offer, 2for1.
I went often to have breakfast and lunch at the local market . There it's great, as it is cheap and you can chat with the locals and learn about them ...
... couple of days to do that.
I got dinner in town, picked up an ice cream on my way back to the hostel, and now I’m just chilling at the hostel. It was pretty warm when I arrived here during the day but it is really chilly here at night. It’s quite a nice change from Guayaquil where it was warm all the time. Definitely no need for A/C here. It should be good sleeping conditions here tonight. ...
... over both the new and old parts of the city. We then
wound our way back to our hotel via a bread shop and supermarket because we
only wanted something light for tea and we both were feeling a bit run down
because of the altitude. We ran into a Canadian couple we had met in Quito at
our hostel there and had a yak about what we had both been doing in the last
week while we sat in the hotel kitchen dining area.