Hotel Boutique Carvallo
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... only way to test the stomach recovery I guess. A couple of drinks (I admit mine was a. One, but jay had tea.... Only Phil managed a beer) in the hostel and it was time call it a day. The next morning I went with Phil to the bus station to give him an emotional send off... I mean to buy my ticket for my overnight bus to Peru. With Phil sorted I made the silly mistake of jumping in the first place advertising Mancora and bought a ticket for that night. Only when I'd paid did ...
... With a bit of running and jostling we finally got a taxi for the short ride to Hotel Milan.
We were given a really nice room on second floor, a window the length of room and balcony overlooking the San Francisco plaza and church. It had a big comfy bed and pillows, plasma tv with cable and a great shower with hot water. There was even really fast internet in the room and free drinking water.
Before trying to find ...
... quick as I can as the man with the key was waiting outside to lock the toilet and the bumpy journey didn't help at all so I was falling all over the place. As soon as I got back, I told Holly and Rico about the window, they nodded as they knew about it but didn't warn me! We arrived late, checked in and walked about to find somewhere to eat. The area was 1/2 closed and 1/2 opened, filled with bars, cafe, small shop and hostel. We all were so tired after a long ...
... br> The showroom at this factory is delightful. Men’s hats, women’s hats, expensive hats, less expensive hats and even straw dolls and purses are available. Several of my tour mates purchased products but I resisted. Where would I wear either of these two delicious hats?
We visited Eduardo Vega’s ceramic shop and showroom high on a hill overlooking Cuenca. Vega’s work ...
... the mud out of my bikini despite washing it for 20mins. I felt that I looked like I was about to take part in some sacred indigenous ritual but actually it's just meant to be good for the skin. The wooden steam boxes we finished in were amusing too as only our heads poked out so it looked a bit like we were just floating heads (again sadly no photographic evidence). Finished the day with a massage and didn't actually check out the other thermal springs as getting a bit cold. It ...