Hosteria La Andaluza
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... 10 pour une journée) comme cela semblait être la chose à faire. Sur la voie rapide, nous étions un peu déçus de la pollution et le bruit des camions qui nous dépassaient. Mais de temps en temps nous roulions sur une rouge parallèle sans trafic, beaucoup plus plaisant. Après cinq kilomètres de notre parcours j'ai réalisé que j'aurais dû utiliser ce merveilleux vélo, resté bien trop souvent à la maison ...
... but we opted for a more sedate bike ride along the Ruta de las Cascadas (Waterfall Route) and headed off on the road/paths to see many waterfalls, crazy people doing canopy rides across the canyon and enjoy the views along the way, despite the rain. We stopped at Pailon del Diablo (Devil's Cauldron) waterfall along the way and walked across an incredibly high suspension bridge to see the waterfalls, which Dom really didn't enjoy but did well to do it at all with a fear of ...
... 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 ...
... year old Felípe, work with their parents and enjoy it. For example, entire families will work on one bus, and all sit together; dad drives and kids check tickets and help passengers in and out of the bus. Took a taxi to El Fin Del Mundo and swung at the top of the world. Absolutely amazing! The taxi driver was so sweet; he basically was a tour guide and walked us to the swing and took pictures. Ran into a few friends we met at the hostel in Quito when we ...
... as we go, and after being macheted, the stumps and debris are very sharp. One day while we were hiking down, I slipped and fell, and a stump of bamboo came very close to puncturing my leg. Instead it punched a hole in my pants, thank god. These things do not scare me at all; please no one worry!! If I am not worried, you should not be either.
The food we eat in the field is very basic, yet hot and delicious! There is a common food called Machica ...