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... It was as expected very cold so we had 3 layers on as well as our rain jackets. We were very lucky with the weather as we only had one brief passing shower. The views around the lake were picturesque alpine scenery and the reflections off the lake made it one of the prettiest short walks we have ever done. Had a coffee upon our return in the park café and they had an unusual way of serving it. They brought us out a cup of hot milk each and a jar of instant Columbian coffee for ...
... of paper the world over, it wasn't simple to obtain. First you had to go to one office and line up to be told that you need to go to another office, all the way across town, to line up to be told you should actually have gone to a third office, a thirty minute walk away, just to find out you were in the right office in the first place, but the clerk gave you the wrong information. So we managed to blow a whole afternoon this way and walk away with no licence. But life goes on. ...
... ones on display and a lot of information on the rituals and reasonings behind it. After the museum, we had just enough time to grab our stuff and get some lunch at the Italian place. We ended up chatting with an older American, a self proclaimed "anti-tourist" who was currently living in a smaller city just south of Cuenca to brush up on his Spanish skills without the interruption of expats and tourists. He was super interesting and it made for a great last day in the pretty ...
We were glad to escape mad Mancora, because as fun as it was, there are only so many days of lunchtime onwards drinking you can handle at our age!! So we arrived in Ecuador in Cuenca which is a cute old city with lots of churches, both new and old. We explored the cobbled streets noticing that people looked far more 'white western' here than anywhere else we had been. The walls are dotted ...
... to have all over Ecuador, that played very bad tinny carols which didn't really seem to fit in with the general tranquil atmosphere of the cathedral. More wandering, afternoon drinks stop at Wunderbar then walked along next to Rio Tomebamba before rest time (the sightseeing and guiding can be pretty tiring). Had dinner in really nice restaurant Don Carlos near Parque Calderon then tried to find a salsa club, didn't manage that though did come across a karaoke bar with some ...