Hotel Boutique Carvallo
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... an hour and 60 dollars of dog medecine later she's as bright eyed and bushy tailed as ever, so we take her home and go out to find the salsa. Not quite as synchronised as the Cali lot, but still shaking those hips prettybwell, the salsa dancers of Cuenca fill this small, sweaty but lively place.
On my penultimate day in Cuenca, I do a day tour in the Cajas national park just outside of Cuenca. We're a small group of 6, plus our guide. The ...
... nice wooden and bronze doors. They have really nice buildings with dome tips which look incredible in the sun. We found a popular local place to get a cheap lunch before walking around a bit more. We dropped a small bag of laundry off to the washing place as we wanted to have clean clothes for the Galapagos, then we went to a computer internet shop to back up all our ...
... was a mixture of pork, chicken, different kinds of corn, fried pig skin, potatoes, plantains, soup, and salad. It was excellent, but it was just way too much food. Between the four of us we couldn’t get close to finishing it.
We drove back to Cuenca from there, and this time Andrea drove. Her mom had been driving in the morning, but we got stopped at a police checkpoint ...
... breath away if you are getting the heart pumping anyway. And my Spanish still stinks, but that is hardly Cuenca's fault.
So I am getting out more, and will be getting out of the city more soon. I don't have a ton of pictures yet because I haven't been toting my camera around, but I promise, more updates, pictures, and exploration of Ecuador to come. Things are looking up and I want to start documenting it all. Until next time.
... a wide choice of restaurants and bars of all kinds, and we had the opportunity to eat a decent pizza one night and to go to an unmistakably german restaurant called Wunderbar to eat some Spätzle and Sauerbraten on the second night, if only to level the playing field. With our brand new hats we walked around the city and on the riverside, where hordes of kids threw themselves in, spraying water everywhere and dragging in with them everyone else who passed by. We ...