Hosteria La Andaluza
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... Definitely nothing to do with beer. Anyway. I was at a loose end and fancied a relaxing afternoon so having a look at some waterfalls struck me as a bright idea. I confess genuine scepticism set in when I saw the Chiva tour bus which takes people up and down the Rio Pastaza and the Rutas de las Cascades. I mean just look at the bloody fun bus! Imagine god-awful reggae hop music blaring out together with neon flashing lights and you can picture my face. How different ...
... but very, very cold. And yet I had a blueberry cone. Had to try that famous ice-cream, didn't I? My third train ride finally, took me to Colta, where Ecuador's oldest catholic church is located. They also had a handicraft centre there where they made ivory looking knickknacks from a kind of nut, a university for spiritual knowledge and ancient medicine, and a large lake with a very landscaped park around ...
... about a month left, and I have not finished with the first mountain in Viscaya. So we changed the plan. I will be studying the distribution of the Viscaya trail, and the trail from the Río Zuñac reserve, as a preliminary study. Then the genetics study... oh the genetics study... I do not have my permit from the Ecuadorian government for leaf tissue collection or voucher specimen collection. Lou told me today that the government does not really know how ...
... asked if I want a massage at least ten times a day. No thanks!
I love the breakfast food here. I found a lovely little café that serves pancakes filled with fruit with chocolate syrup to top them. Delicious! I think my favorite breakfast food that I found is from Casa Good. It is called English, and it consists of scrambled eggs (huevos revueltos) mixed with crispy bacon, served with potatoes and toast. Sooooooo good. Breakfast is always ...
... for our trip what going to be a 2.5 hour ride and the ticket was $1.90 per person. I could have traveled from one side of the country to the other for less than $5.00. There are so many buses. And these are not the "crowded, chicken buses" most people would think of when thinking of a bus ride in a developing county. These are regular coach buses with bathrooms and some of the show movies too. My favorite part of traveling by local bus are the entrepreneurs that get ...