Hosteria Caballo Campana

Sector Huishil km 4, Cuenca, 00168, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Where the Sun Meets the Moon

A travel blog entry by lisasadventures

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... system that once amplified the voices of long dead priest - it's absolutely awesome. And with that it was time to move on. As we left this ancient site where sun worshipers and moon worshipers co-existed peacefully, side by side, and boarded a bus for a little hippy village in the mountains, I remembered something Mark Twain once said. "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness." This is certainly true, and judging by these ruins, it was even true for the ...

Ecuador

A travel blog entry by rangjill

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70

... leaf and bearing paintings that were eerily intriguing, such as the deadly sins, the church was spectacular. The heart of Quito, is full of energy and noise, from the police whistles organizing traffic, the belching horns of impatient drivers, and the street venders shouting at potential customers. We were excited to meet with up friends Jose and Francisco in their hometown of Quito, whom we had met on our hiking trip in Colombia. We went out for a great dinner followed by pitchers ...

Watch out for the water bombs and foam!

A travel blog entry by pinklady27

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... came closet to a physical beating, desperate for the toilet she dashed into a public one, which was unattended and had no basket, despite a sign saying that it would cost $0.10 to use. John watched in amusement as the guy who must have been attending it and had walked away noticed Rhianwyn rush in and spun around on the spot before moving quickly to the entrance of the ladies, dragging his bad leg behind him. John thought he better go down ...

Still in Cuenca!

A travel blog entry by lairsho

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21

... out several times a week, in an attempt to save money. The gringo places are more expensive than the Ecuadorian restaurants, but it's generally easier to get veg. meals in them. What do we not like about this beautiful city? Shades of India, it's very noisy. The car alarms go off at all times of the day and sometimes at night, jokingly called the Ecuadorian national anthem. Some guy keeps parking his car in front of our apartment building and his alarm gets stuck and ...

Burning out on NYE

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed

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43

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At midnight everything started exploding and being set on fire, so we took a walk around to see it all. The fireworks were cheap Chinese jobbies with exciting names and designs, and, appropriately enough, were all handled with the kind of care to make fire safety mascots the world over spontaneously combust. We got some beers and joined a loose street gathering where some people had set out some speakers to have a dance. For kids ...

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