Hosteria Ecologica El Faro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
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... to make the bus journey over the peak of the Andes during daylight so we could take in the scenery.
We walked across the square were the bus dropped us and jumped in a taxi, asking him to take us to a hostel we had read about in our guidebook. We had contemplated walking at one point, until we saw the hills. We were glad we didn't walk as the taxi struggled to get up the hill in first gear! He came to a halt on more than ...
... that this was an important and professional game. We are trying to locate him on the field, but only with a picture of facebook...Fairly complicated. Luckily he had spotted us but when you think about it not too hard : two tourists with caps, shoes and two huge bags! He came to meet us at the end of the match. Arriving home, we met his grandmother very cheerful and generous. All the second floor for us: 3 bedrooms, laundry room and ...
Last week, my class took a field trip to the highest points in the Andes Mountains in Ecuador. The tallest mountain in the country is called Chimborazo, standing at over 6,000 meters (over 20,000 feet). After a 3 hour drive, we were in a town called Riobamba where we had lunch. and set out on our first hike on the mountain. This hike was to test the waters with the high altitude and make sure everyone ...
... lengthy gravel sections. I reached a town called Guaranda which is historic and it had live music with large crowds listening. I realised I was in the wrong place, but stayed to enjoy the music for a while.
Great scenery but I had to back track quite a way, took a while to find the E35, Pan-Americana, then headed south. Found a Hostel on the main road, just north of Riobamba and for $10 it is much better than some of the hotels I ...
... it properly, i was attacking the slopes heading as opposed to zigzagging like your supposed to. Brock was yelling out words of encouragement and a bit of direction but i was starting to fatigue a bit and thought i knew better. Should of listened instead of being so stubborn. We had a break every hour'ish and we bought heaps and heaps of chocolate for climb so we could get little pickme ups, only problem was the bloody chocolate bars were frozen solid so ...