Hotel La Casona
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The bus journey was delightful with no headrests for hangover heads, though we did have an absolutely banging picnic on the roadside of cheese and copious avocado, which laura excluded is proving to be a group fave. There was one near hangover explosion from the lairy one but we made it to Cuenca relatively unscathed, and essentially retired to bed …
... nose" shape between some of the mountains, but of course, I didn't see it. People had warned me that the ride can be scary because you are really close to the side of the mountain, but honestly, unless you have a fear of heights, I don't think most people would find it scary. Or maybe I am just super fearless and tough. Anyway, the scenery was beautiful, and although it is a little touristy, the views ...
... vendors with scarves, ponchos, t-shirts, etc. I think the most disappointing moment was when we found a scarf (they are asking $10.00, but they will take $5.00) with a “Made in China” tag on it… they were quick to grab that back and remove the tag!!!! If you aren’t buying from an artisan it probably comes from China!! I was thinking that I got ripped off because I bought some in Agato from a weaver for $25.00 ...