- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... lady with no shoes and a mug – when she put
her hand out I thought she was begging, so for once in my life I was generous
and gave her something, but took her photo for the privilege.
It was only as I continued my 1.5 hour walk, meeting a lot
more indigenous folk, I realised that many do not where shoes as is traditional
and everyone wanted to shake my hand – they don’t get many tourists there I
guess and were ...
... day to see the "male performance" which consists of hoards of men drinking aguardiente, chanting, stomping, and showing off their costumes. The groups represent different cities in the region, and thus, drunken fights often break out--but we felt no concern, for there were throngs of police officers in full riot gear ready to tear gas the dissidents at any moment. We heard from the locals that the next day was the women´s day, which consisted of smiling ...
... too. It was a long walk down the mountain, the guide showed me how i could just scoot down on my **** using the ice pick to sort of control my decent which was prefect cause legs weren't working.
Once we got down past the ice, the fun started, no more sliding, me just taking ages to get down. The guys went back ahead of me, which was a real kick in the balls, i thought my fitness was ok, but obviously not.
Anyway i made it down ...
... hasn't erupted for hundreds of years. On the return journey we were held up for 2 hours as the road was closed whilst they cleared a rock fall. There seem to be lots of rock falls - don't think they have got the engineering right in their road building. There were many delays on the rest of the journey and we nearly didn't see the volcano that is currently ...
... 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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