Hotel El Quijote
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... see they were both very sad to be parting. There are many astounding things to note about Sophie but the most astounding of all was that she looks about 14 or possibly 15 years old.
Sophie sat with me after David left and we talked. I had not met her other than when she was waiting tables at breakfast and translating for the Spanish cooks. We told our stories. She is a completely outgoing person. She was traveling alone. She spoke Spanish. Where was ...
... few hours before I met back up with Hacéne, Simone, and one of the rangers, Luis. We went to a place called "el centro cultural," which was like a weird goth, dungeons-and-dragons-type bar that featured really creepy art. It was pretty cool actually. I could see it being a real trip on the weekends. We had a few beers and chatted there, and then ate a late dinner before heading to sleep early. The next day I was waking up to make my way down to Peru and I wanted an early ...
I really enjoyed my day in Cuenca today. It was pretty relaxed, but it was great. I had a good night’s sleep at my hostel, had a great breakfast that was included with the room, and then went out to explore. I had a short walk around the historical center and then went for a bite to eat. I met a nice american couple from Arizona who are living here for a year to learn spanish. That’s a pretty cool thing to ...
... quality and final product. This of course then determines the price - one hat, which wasn't near 'top quality' but incredibly soft and finely woven cost $800 USD.
We also learned, and were given a demonstration, that all panama hats can be rolled up and stored for up to two weeks without losing their shape.
The name originally came from workers on the panama canal who used the hats for protection from the sun. At the opening ...
... be of African descent. Some people here are downright nasty and rude to me, and it is clear that it is racially motivated. I am a pretty tough cookie, but sometimes I am not in the mood to be generous with people who are being nasty to me. I will not paint this place with a broad brush, many, many people have been perfectly nice. But I will say that if you are black, Ecuador is not for the faint of heart.