Hosteria Ecologica El Faro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... driver if he could take us all the way to the port at the top of Santa Cruz, and on route we passed a couple of buses running, just for locals I guess!
At the northern tip of Santa Cruz we hopped on a boat to take us across the channel to Baltra island, and then boarded a bus (that was still running for foreigners) to the airport.
Departing Galapagos was much simpler than arriving. No further requests for payments of ...
... au site couchsurfing. Un jeune équatorien de 23 ans a gentillement accepté. Nous l'avons rejoint à un match de basketball, nous nous rendons vite compte que c'est un jeu important et surtout professionnel. Nous essayons de le localiser sur le terrain mais seulement avec une photo de facebook... Sacré challenge. Heureusement il nous avait repéré. En même temps pas compliqué, deux touristes ...
... part f the lunch was when the band Cotapaxi serenaded us with rousing Ecuadorian music – see the video!
Tonight’s meal at the Hacienda Abraspungo was not exceptional though the Hacienda itself is lovely. We are only passing through on our way to the Devil’s Nose Railway, the Inca ruins, and finally Cuenca.
My wake-up call has been set: 4:30 am! Hora de dormir. Nos vemos ...
Miles 165 Total 17,630
Not a great day !! The Garmin GPS maps of Central & South America I bought before I left excluded certain countries including Ecuador. Paul, the Dutchie, dowloaded one he used which was useful up north. However, it struggles to recognise cities and towns in the south and so it proved today. I had set a course but,Tech & I, it took me on a fantastic route along a valley climbing steadily then over mountains ...
... in broken english in the dark on icy rocks, i reckon i got the gist of it, just double check your footing was the essentials.
Now that i was full bottle on how to climb, we did just that. I was tied off between the guide and brock as brock has climbed a few mountains before so he's an 'expert'. We climbed for ages and the ground was slowly getting more and more snow covering the rocks which made it somewhat easier to climb. The problem was that i ...