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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... le reste du week-end à voir la ville de Cuenca. Je vais être franc avec vous. Ce n'est pas très captivant en dehors de la pluie incessante, que la ville est chère et de la pollution. Nous avons passé la plupart de notre temps à essayer de respirer. Sinon nous avons visité le musée du chapeau de paille super connu. Nous sommes aussi allés visiter le zoo hier. C'était très sympa (mais très boueux). Nous ...
... with my Spanish by the end of the week. I feel that bit more prepared for the Spanish-speaking world.
The school do free salsa lessons, so of course , after my super-Cali-salsa-licious experience, I take along my dancing feet. It's just me, the teacher and another couple on both days so I get to dance with the teacher a lot, which is always a bonus. Wednesday night is salsa night in one of the clubs, so Francisco, the teacher, invites me to ...
I had a nice day hanging out with Andrea, her mom and her sister today. They picked me up from my hostel at 11am and we drove about an hour to a town called Gaulaceo. It is a nice quiet little town with a little river running through it. We walked around for a while and saw a lot of locals called Cholas, cleaning their clothes in the river. Saturday must be the day they all agree to do ...
... rapper) and by men, not in a sexual way, but in a "Who is this alien lady?" kind of way. Some days I don't care, on other days I am more annoyed by it. Again, things are different when you are traveling alone, you don't have the buffer of a friend to help you ignore this kind of thing. Moving on, the weather is a little cooler and rainier that I had hoped for, but I knew that the weather was a bit unpredictable here. Don't let ...
... where the palm fibers that are used to create these beautiful accessories come from. We spent hours in one of the most famous shops in the city, Barranco, to choose a model and to admire the people who work there while they were fixing a few details to our liking. Maybe we spent a bit too much time there, since at the last request made by Nina one of the weavers, smiling, whispered "what a complicated lady". But both of us were not left disappointed by the ...