TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria Jatuncocha San Pablo Del Lago
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... got to try on all different ones which was a lot of fun. I found one I really liked but I wanted the ribbons on it in different colours and they didn't have any unfortunately. After that museum, I headed with three others to the Central Bank Museum. I really enjoyed this museum as it had a wide range of exhibitions. There were some art exhibits on the main floor including a photo exhibition showing some views of the city back in ...
... south to his country.
In my time, I learned that in Panama, or at least Panama City, that they often refer to the dollar as the balboa. The balboa and the US dollar are 1:1 and the USD is legal tender in Panama so the fact they refer to it as a balboa is no surprise, although I was surprised (I didn't know that little bit of knowledge upon arrival).
On this short trip I also learned how to make pizza dough:
I had an awesome day hiking around Parque Nacional Cajas today. I got a local bus over to the south bus terminal in Cuenca, and then took the Occidental bus out to Cajas. I got off the bus at Toreadora which is one of the main places to start a hike in Cajas. It was a bit unclear where to start when I got there, but luckily the guy working in the cafe was able to give me some advice on where I should go for a walk. He ...
We arranged with a young Canadian couple who were staying at
this hotel (we had earlier met them in Quito) to travel together to the best Inca
site in Ecuador at Ingapirca. We shared a taxi to the bus station and then
travelled by bus ($1.50 each) the 2 hours to the site. Sadly it began pouring
with rain when we arrived. There was an English speaking tour guide that took
us around the site but at break neck speed because his main aim seemed to be to
... herb attached to it. We then wandered past a market spread along on side of a street, through the flower market in an attached little square, and then into a bigger square where the main clothing market was almost completely packed up. On going back through the flower market Kate and I bought ourselves palm baskets, into which the seller threw free small branches of rosemary.
On turning back into the main square, next to the cathedral, we could see people ...