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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... relatively rich farmland with potatoes and other vegetable crops and cattle much in evidence. The bus station was clean and well-organised and we easily booked tickets for tomorrow's much longer journey to Cuenca. Outside we hailed a taxi and the first to stop was driven by a woman who inspected the hotel address we showed her as if it was somewhere on the moon to judge by the head-shaking and mumbling. Her opening bid was for US$10 - outrageously ...
... to the batter stall and bought another two. This time they had added a couple of small chunks of white cheese to the middle of each, but surprisingly (considering the batter was sweet) it still went well with the batter. Then I had to start thinking about getting back to Baņos so I walked back through the main square, passing a stall next to the concert stage where a man was stretching glass bottles by melting and pulling the neck of each to make vases.
... could go any farther up. Some of the places we went were incredible, including a disney-like Polylepis forest with beautiful winding trees. That night, we stayed in a house in an indigenous community that brings in revenue to the indigenous through tourism. The indigenous played us native songs as we all sat around a big fireplace in the house.
The next day, we woke up and set out on our big ...
We spent 3 weeks in Ecuador, sticking mostly to the Andean Mountainous route and at times, shivering ourselves to sleep. We had a lot of adventures during such weeks, most of which were good, but some of which could only be defined as complete mishaps (to be explained later). Ecuadorians are super kind, and have a shy friendliness much like the people of El Salvador and we felt really happy being amongst the crowd. Unlike Colombia, there is a HUGE ...
... 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 ...