Hosteria La Andaluza
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... land of the 100-year old sea turtles and blue-footed boobies. Galapagos is notoriously expensive, but I've learned some tricks to keep costs down. For tourists planning their trips to the Islands far in advance, boat trips will cost upwards of $2000. Booking your cruise in-country shoots the price down exponentially, and I may even show up to the islands, call a few companies and get a last-minute spot for 60-75% off the original price. I ...
... Within 2 feet or even less! It was I incredible! Nothing like it! I started to take pics and then went to video so I will upload videos so you can really see them! You can hear voices in most of the videos - our naturalist, Christopher can be heard in some of them. There is much to share but my phone is low and wifi is only in one place on the ship and no outlets. I will just do the best I can, so check back ...
... means we may have to return one day.
From Quito we headed for the capital of Colombia Bogota. Sorry we are about 2 weeks behind still as we left Ecuador the 23rd/24th April. Our Colombian blog will follow shortly.
Chat soon and hope you are all well!!
Liam and Lina ( which has been my name in SA as they don’t understand Una as a name because in Spanish it means ‘a’.)
Re Ecuador Sur
March 20th 2015
TRAVEL TO THE SOUTH, BANOS, RIOBAMBA, CUENCA, LOJA
I'm behind on the blogging and may not catch up.
I left Tena on a whim. Time to leave, was the thought. I left.
Banos is a beautiful part of the world. Mountains and a fairly active volcano rise up several thousand feet from the edge of town. I took a pic of a 200 foot waterfall and the falls look to be the size of a trickle. The town ...
... decide to head down towards the bus where it is hopefully a lot warmer inside and wait until it sets off in half an hour. Half an hour goes by and we head off down the mountain. It's a nice drive back down and as we reach the bottom back to Banos we look up at the mountain we had just trekked up and felt proud of ourselves. Many people would have just paid the $1 to get up and skip the hike, but not us die-hards. Looking back up at the hills around, we hiked to the top of ...