Hotel Amira In Salinas, Ecuador
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lengthy gravel sections. I reached a town called Guaranda which is historic and it had live music with large crowds listening. I realised I was in the wrong place, but stayed to enjoy the music for a while.
Great scenery but I had to back track quite a way, took a while to find the E35, Pan-Americana, then headed south. Found a Hostel on the main road, just north of Riobamba and for $10 it is much better than some of the hotels I ...
... my legs to move they had gone to jelly and were useless, my breaks got closer and closer together, then it got to the stage where i would take 6 steps then collapse, the do it all again. The worst bit was that we were soo close just a couple of hundred metres to go, but our guide wasn't happy and we had pushed him a fair bit to get this far, was trying to call it quits earlier blaming it on the wind, but we talked him out of it. But it got to the stage were ...
at 2750m didnt excite as much as we had hoped. We thought about doing a
hike or cycle there but they sounded and ended up better in the next
town, Banos. Riobamba is most famous for its close proximity to the
countrys largest peak, Volcan Chimborazo standing at 6310m. I
comtemplated taking it on for a while, but the fact ...
Hi Everyone, We are having technical difficulties and cannot download our pictures. We are taking pictures with the phone as the charger for the camera appears to be malfunctioning and we cannot find another one.
We had a great time in Salinas with an ADDAC buddy of Jerrys,Wayne Bazant and his wife Sharon. They have a beautiful condo with a 270 degree view of the beach and the ocean. They were very hospitable and we had a great time touring around the area. Unfortunately ...
... came shortly after us. Monday mornings the school begins with the singing of the national anthem in a circle outside the school. The students are supposed to wear their traditional clothing, but some do not. The school director, Juan, introduced us to the students and they all told us their names and ages. There are only about twenty-five or so students in the whole school. I asked to be in the kindergarten classroom, so I followed them to ...