Stanford Suites Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was in on the whole thing. But trust the Ecuadorian locals to stick up for us ! Within a minute they had forced the driver to stop the bus and they even called the police, all while screaming things like « shame on you », « this is a shame for Ecuador », « these are tourists, we need to show them the best side of Ecuador ». Once the bus had stopped (all of this is in the middle of nowhere in the Ecuadorian countryside….basically banana plantations everywhere), the ...
... 18th, it was Jayna's birthday. Now understanding that it rains in the afternoon, we went back to Mariposario to see the butterflies and hummingbirds. We watched some butterflies emerging from their cocoons, and many more fly around the enclosure. We took more bad pictures of hummingbirds and enjoyed their antics. At some point in the morning, we obtained plenty of nasty blood-drawing mosquito bites on our legs (in fact, we got more bites in ...
... interesting historical tidbits along the way. We stopped at the second tallest active volcano in the world, which was just as impressive as it sounds.
We continued on our journey, stopping briefly for a bathroom break and some delicious bizcotos. We chose whether we wanted them with chocolate, coffee, or cheese. Again, we filed back into the bus, and drove to the market place.
As soon as we arrived to our destination, Victor led us through the mass ...
... for me, but it was an extremely nice change from the oats and fruit and we head upstairs to the bed and lie down to let our massive stomachs digest the copious amounts of different foods inside it. We throw a movie on and sit back and try to figure out whether we to head out for a walk or whether city of Quito will be exciting on a Sunday. We flick through the channels a bit more and catch the last few minutes of the Arsenal game. I ...
... Their ATM only spits out a maximum of $300. for each of us, not enough for our Galapagos trip. We lined up inside to be told why it was not working. The Banco Pacifico, however, allows $600. This works better for us. First we unloaded our stash at the Tip Top cruise broker and then off to the "top of the world".
We then took the Telerifico, a cable car much like the ones used in Tremblant, to the ...