Hosteria San Luis
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... good! Doesn't take much to dry pork out but the meat was still very moist.
After dinner, the owner kindly dropped us off at the hotel. After I get settled, Nicholas and I decided to go out for the evening. He went online to look for a gay club he's been to before. Took him quite a long time to get someone to spill where it was.
Had an interesting discussion about the gay culture here in Ecuador. While not illegal, it's still a ...
... think of the name – a real beauty that can out fly the condor and probably anything else its size. It was revered by the native people prior to the arrival of the Incas and the Spanish. (These folks were living here for 3000 years prior to the Incas.)
But the woman who had chicken for lunch was off base about the ‘cages’. Great spacious cages, well fed birds, and every so often they get to fly for the tourists. Sounds like a pretty good ...
... with land can feed a family and if they have a hectare they can feed a lot of other people too.
The markets are full of produce – a lot of which must go to waste.
The people are uniformly 'well fed’ looking – shiny hair, great skin, white shining teeth, and sparkling eyes. Slim or skinny people are a rarity – I don’t think I’ve seen one. Fat people are a rarity – I saw my first fat person today and she looked ...
... they are thinking of moving to Ecuador. We have a good talk. I relate my story of the desecrated mosque in Cold Lake, Alberta for some reason. I see the tale on the news and as I do I say, "I’ll bet tomorrow there are 30 Albertans power washing that Mosque." Sure as, the next night on the news there are what seems to look a lot like 30 Albertans cleaning and scrubbing the Mosque. One old dame gets on camera, “I don’t care what these people ...
So I had the idea to go directly to Quilatoa and not to Ottavalo cause I thought I can't buy anything anyways since I cant carry it around with me. But Manni somehow convinced me to just have a look. So Ottavalo is known for having the biggest market in South America. You can buy everything there that you can produce out of alpaca wool and soo cheap. i lost it - I bought 8 kilograms of stuff....=) well well...nevertheless I did fit all that in ...