Hotel Boutique Carvallo
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... Juan Carlos and I decided to continue our education, not only by choosing to study a masters program in Buenos Aires, but also by going there by land to see different places, meet different people and learn from the tierra (land).
While bajando (traveling south) to Argentina, we hope to learn more about the LGBT community and the types of struggles they face, how they are different or similar to other parts of the ...
... school, and a couple called JJ and Cathy, from Hawaii, who co-incidently are staying in our building in the apartment opposite.
As we drove up to Ingapirca we would occasionally pull over and Sandra would swap cars and squeeze in the back with Kirsty and I to give us some commentary.
Before we visited Ingapirca we stopped by the side of the road and walked down to a market. Sandra advised that the market is every Saturday, and it's Ecuador's equivalent of ...
Cuenca, for us, has to be the most interesting and beautiful city for sightseeing. It's Historic Centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is very similar to Quito with it's colonial style buildings, narrow cobbled streets, balconied houses with beautiful interior courtyards and more churches and monasteries than we care to see, and all without the pollution!
It took 4 hours by bus through some spectacular countryside to get to ...
... the whole process of the hand making, while the women do the finishing touches of putting ribbons on and sewing inside bands to have the right adjustment to the head size. I passed a shop that had all these old Panama hats on the wall with people's names tagged on them. It turned out to be a Panama hat repair shop with a tag for whose was whose. Most of them looking all the same as a traditional white Panama hat... Those hats looked like each could tell you a ...
... in front of us. I guess he knew the road well enough, but it wasn’t the most calming ride I’ve ever taken.
We drove through a park near Cuenca called Parque Nacional Cajas, and it reminded me a lot of the highlands in Scotland. The shape of the hills and mountains and the vegetation were all very similar. It was really beautiful. I might spend a day getting a tour of the park one day ...