Hotel El Quijote
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... spectacular. Or at least it would've been had it not been cloudy. As it was, with the peaks covered by mist, the valleys with its greens, browns and blacks, with patches of sunlight daring the clouds to go away, reminded me somewhat of the Black Mountains in South Wales. Well, apart from the llamas. You thought llamas spit; well so does a Welshman tying to say llama. So maybe it's just as well that our lovely Black Mountains only have the ...
... we Kayaked I would say at least three miles to see the Blue Footed Boobys and the ...
... back to the hostel for a 2 hour nap, rather than 8 hours of sleep, as we head out on a bus for a long day of traveling through the rolling mountains of Ecuador towards Banos. Cuenca is my favorite city in Ecuador, as it was filled with very friendly people, awesome selection of inexpensive food, and has a wonderful charm to it. At 3:30 am on the morning of July 16th, we head to the local bus station to catch a ride 6 hours north to Riobamba. After figuring out this bus ...
... 2hr bus ride to Riobambo to then change bus and get another 6hr bus to Cuenca (as there were no direct buses). After a rocky sleep last night, we both fall asleep pretty quickly as the bus takes off, and makes the 2hr bus ride a lot quicker. We arrive in Riobambo and the bus driver pulls over and points at us and says 'Cuenca' and then points to jump off the bus. So we grab our things and are standing on the side of the road in what feels like the middle of ...
We went to Guayaquil to extend our VISA. The guy in this office advised us to stay illegally until the date we wish then leave the country. In fact, none of the information that we red on internet were accurate. To resume, we would need 2000$ in our bank account! many official papers that had to be translated into Spanish ( 30$ fee for each translation), and the cost of 300$ just for the VISA. I don't understand why Ecuador have a different policy ...