Hosteria San Luis
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... who had asked that I was bisexual as he didn't want to explain demi-sexual. Explains some of the interactions from one of the other few girls there at least. Even at a gay club, there were very few lesbians there. A group of four perhaps? The rest came in with guys.
The shower was glorious! After it warmed up, it was steaming hot. The bed was a little softer than the one I have in Quito too. Was asleep not long after my head hit the pillow.
... the government established a fixed exchange rate, which was about 1/100 of the street value. The president at the time fled the country with millions of dollars and now teaches economics at Harvard. I'm still trying to figure that one out. Ecuador has been trying to extradite him ever since, but the U.S. will not, citing no extradition treaty. Anger over this is one of the reasons Ecuador has offered asylum to Julian Estrange of WikiLeaks "fame," ...
... table some distance off the road. One of the men waves and I wave back, two rocks in my hand. He says something to the gathered and they break into laughter. So another man waves to me and I wave back, two rocks still in hand and they break into laughter again. “Send the dogs,” is that what they are saying?
I felt to go over and see them (dropping the rock of course) but I didn’t and felt later that I should have.
Down, down I ...
... about the people here is that they are solid and strong. It is hard to imagine how strong some of these women are. I asked for a quarter chicken and the lady slapped a half chicken piece on the cutting block and smacked it one hit with the cleaver and one piece became 2 pieces. They work and work – like women everywhere outside of the West. One of the cleaning staff Ja Beez’s mum was here til 6 pm today. She looked as fresh when she left as she did this ...
... elevation of about 3000 meters, and we were driving to towns at 2300 meters. It is amazing the difference 700 meters makes in terms of how you feel. Our first stop was at a roadside stand to try yet another mystery fruit, a chilimoro. This fruit is very local and not even found in Quito.
We soon followed the queue into town. On Saturdays this town closes down completely to accommodate thousands of stands. All the roads ...