Hosteria San Luis
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Indoor pool
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... this tree and the lake below are the souls of a couple from 2 rival families that wanted to be together. As all legends end up with a sad ending, the couple were caught and cursed to live as a tree and a lake forever more. A very own Ecuadorian Romeo & Juliet tale. The tree is also said to have healing powers so we took some to sit below it and be one with the earth. Otavalo was a nice little town as our last stop off in this lovely little ...
... 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.
... cars but still do their washing in the river?!?! The GFC hit a lot of people hard and the banks just closed their doors and a lot of investors money and savings were lost :( Every five years the government vaccinates the street dogs for rabies. There are many dogs as the fencing is non existent. It is strange as the dogs roam the streets and the few cats I've seen are tied up ?!? Stopped at an old hacienda for breakfast and ...
... good time is destructive nonsense. The body is built to take some stress but strain has to be repaired. It accumulates. A strain deficit is created. We become couch potatoes, or worse, and we euphomize it by calling old age. Enjoy, but this staining the body is destructive. This approach to life is the same approach most of us as parents embraced: be tough, work through the pain, no pain no gain, and the youth today seem to go extra hard – ...
... or beef that looks like a poorer cut couldn’t be found. Salad or veggies. And a 12 oz glass of fruit juice and dessert – usually a piece of cake. 3 year old kids, grandmas missing teeth looking like they are about to keel over and die, and everybody in between fire back a meal like this to the last scrap. All that is left sitting on the plate is the gnawed soup bone. It is amazing how these folks can pack away the food.
I tried a few of the ...