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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... the sides of the road are too steep. If the water makes the soil too heavy it must slide. It is just a matter of time and you need to be lucky not to get hit. I wonder if I might better have taken the other road but later we hear that the situation there is even worse. We are planning to drive from Macas to Riobamba, through the national park, then to Baños (another Baños) and Puyo. We are close to the Amazone area. We want to visit some rainforest and ...
... my CS host was Adán. He was a great host and my first new friend on my adventure. He's a runner and has been to many parts of my country, the USA. I was surprised to hear that his favorite place in the whole country is Burlington, VT. Thanks to Adán, I also met Nico, from Salta, Argentina. Nico was a mochilero (backpacker) like me and he was selling a cookie sandwich called alfajor to fund his travels. He was going north, while I ...
... a splash of colour, Blue lupins growing on the rocks, smaller alienesque yellow and red flowers grew in amongst the Moses on the ground. When the cloud parted, which wasn't that often, amazing vistas would reveal themselves. Dozens of lakes scatter the horizon that were framed by the jagged peaks of the mountains. It could be Wales, Ireland, Scotland or England, the temperature at this altitude (c. 13,000 feet) certainly felt like it. ...
... Le trajet de nuit n'était pas si mal, en dehors des constants arrêts du bus. Aurelie a dormi tout le long, moi j'étais bien éveillé (certainement à cause du café). Nous sommes arrivés une heure plus tôt à Cuenca (03h30). Nous avons décidé d'attendre jusqu'à une heure raisonnable dans la gare jusqu'à ce que notre auberge ouvre. J'ai enfin réussi à m'endormir sur les genoux d'Aurelie ...
... have missed. A nearby waterfall looked really nice due to all the rainfall.
There was an old, abandoned, German brewery that must have been very nice in its day with mountain views and trout filled lake on its doorstep.
We drove further up into the mountains, to the view point of "Three Crosses". It was very cold and windy but that was to be expected because we were at the watershed point on the Andes. The land on the left would lead ...