Hosteria La Andaluza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... cool. In the afternoon we went to Casa del Arbol which is a famous swing off the edge of a cliff! I made some new friends at the bus stop, Daniel and Summer from Washington - I love makIng new friends! The swing Is definitely one of my favourite experiences of the whole trip so far. Definitely an amazing view! Went out to a bar for the first ...
... an IT man specialized in administrative applications and she a social worker in a prison. Really amusing as well. After dinner and a lot of beer we discover they don't have a hotel booked for tonight anymore. They are taking the nightbus to Quito. These buses go all night. We bring them to the busstation where the next bus is about to leave and really wonder how they are going to like the 8 hour trip after so much ...
... There is also a small museum with information about the building of the train line. Apparently people used to be able to travel on the roof of the train, this is no longer an option.
In Alausi, there were Father's Day celebrations including a concert. We also tried the local fruit ice creams, very tasty. Leaving Alausi we headed for Ingapirra to see the Canari (formerly) and ...
... We decide to give it a miss, no one falls off the zip line whilst we are there, but that wasn't because they were safely strapped up, but more from holding on for dear life!
Back on the trail of waterfalls we pass the Devil's Cauldron, perhaps the most powerful falls we see, before ending at Machay falls. Here we told we get 25 minutes to walk down to the falls and return. We start our walk to the falls and it's all down, and nearly all steps. In ...
... Cayman alligator spotting in the same waters. This was amazing as we searched down stream in pitch black looking for the orange/red reflection of the gators eyes with our torches. We saw a few from distance then one popped up close to the boat but it was only a baby around 2-3m and seem to be posing for photos then retreated back to the water. We saw a big black alligator which grow to around 10m but only at distance. Photo shots were very difficult as 1. It ...