- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The hotel was charming with much dark wood, nice old photos of the locality and lots of sitting rooms and lounges. The rooms were in two wings stretching out the back of the main building and ours was more like a suite - complete with sofa and chairs and a small wood-burning stove. This was lit for us later on by the general handyman on site and afforded us a cosy night's sleep.
We agreed that the first priority after the journey was a ...
... refreshed by the ice cold water and to clean off some of the mud (it was really hot here today by the way).
Our guide told us that if we didn't want to have to climb the same wall back down where we had to use the rope, the only way to go around it was to go in the river. So in the river we went, water up to our knees soaking our hiking boots and socks...so much for trying to keep my ...
... at. Own large room with shower etc, better wardrobes than we have at home and secure parking for the bike.
Steak dinner down the road for $5 and heading for a good nights sleep.
It is difficult to get good maps of Central & South America and I have two for Ecuador and they give different numbers to the roads and are very difficult to read. If anyone is thinking of riding this way, get the best before you leave.
... a bit of effort to munch on and the powerades turned to slushies which was actually quite nice because even though it was freezing up on the mountain with the wind and no light, after a few hours climbing in all the kit it was pretty warm.
We kept going and we were starting to get a bit of light which was nice, im not sure how long we had been going for maybe 7 hours and i was really starting to fatigue. It sucked, my mind was willing, i just ...
... all. Arriving in Guaranda, a town with the most beautiful plaza we have seen in Ecuador, we found we could only get a room for one night due to the national sports championships for young people starting the next day. The town was already full of fat coaches and officials in tracksuits and suits with the young people expected the following day. The 'no room at the inn' situation was probably fortunate as we were on the western ...
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