Hotel Boutique Carvallo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Boutique Carvallo Cuenca
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... and headed into Ecuador. It had rained over night so it wasn't that nice packing up the tents slightly wet because of all of the wet sand. We left after breakfast and headed about two hours to the border crossing. When we arrived, it looked like a very official crossing compared to some of the others we had been to that just looked like a house. We all stamped out of Peru and into ...
... dough in the oven at about 300 degrees F until it gets hard and starts to brown a little bit. Put what you want on the dough but don't be too gratuitous with things like tomato sauce, etc because the crust isn't a thick, strong one but it's good. Then cook it up until the cheese melts or it looks like pizza.
Our night ended with some good pizza and conversation. I did my best to take in the Panamanian Spanish. For example, ...
... selling yogurt is a mystery but farm people everywhere are industrious – not being so results in a bad ending.
We wander off and after more adventures and sightseeing we find Pork Hollow. David is not disappointed. Two of the vendors offer samples. One sample appears dryer than the other – my observation from a distance. David chooses the less dry – moist - one. The lady loads up a $4.00 plate. Does he want the $5.00 plate? She tells us how ...
... students who were in a homestay together. I have to say that though I like the independence of an apt, I feel I missed some learning and commradarie by not staying with a family. My first week of school focused on exercises in the book, so for my second week I requested more conversation and listening. I also asked to switch to afternoon because I was finding it difficult to get up and immediately speak Spanish. It was easier for me to study over breakfast and ...
... and in big trouble. It was a great hike though, and the view from the top of the mountain was pretty spectacular. Cajas is known for having a lot of lagoons, or little ponds, so it was pretty cool to see from the top. Unfortunately the weather wasn’t as nice as I was hoping it would be, but it wasn’t raining, so it was good enough.
The whole hike took about 2.5 hours, but at the end of the hike ...