Hacienda- Hosteria Chorlavi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... club. I have a hard time speaking and understanding fluent Spanish in normal noise levels, never mind at a club. They took us to a club called Tsunami first. We had a round of shots and danced until the second club, Paradise City, opened.
Note to self for future reference on location: Teodor de la torre y cruz verde cerca del cementerio del rico.
Miguel drove us to Paradise City. I disliked that smoking was allowed inside, but other ...
... adopt the U.S. dollar as their official currency, which they use to this day. In the months following the debt default, inflation was running around 2,000 percent and converting the currency seemed the only way to stop the hemorrhaging. As it turns out, however, the country's small elite had advance warning of the switchover, which was announced with no warning to the general public. Those people had time to convert their money at free-market ...
... of eternal youth) and cloud forests and rain forests – which are also abundant in the north of Ecuador)
Then Peru, Machu Piccu and a few other odds and ends. Then Bolivia – Potosi (Pronounced Potocee) at 4000 meters - we shall see.
I tire easily at these high altitudes. Going to coast (to the poor man’s g) will tell the tale. Juan from next door asked me if I wanted to go to Cuicocha (the crater lake ...
... the markets at a distance and he looked like a giant. When I got near him he turned out to be 5’ 10” max. I don’t know what I look like to them - in terms of height – in terms of looks, kids laugh, girls and women stare kinda puzzled, and the really short folks 3 to 4’ tall they just can’t hold in their laughter. They are polite about it but it is clear they are laughing. I must look like Shaquille O’Neil to them.
... promotes this city as a retirement option. ReMax is active here and new developments are advertised everywhere.There are plenty of restaurants and "gringos" downtown. The main streets are impeccably clean and they are made of unistone with different patterns.
Cottacachi however, is best known for its leather work. Almost all the shops sell leather jackets, wallets, shoes, belts and handbags of superlative quality. ...