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We woke up to heavy rain and we could hardly see the mountains while we ate breakfast on the terrace. This wasn't a good outlook for our tour up into the mountains. We pulled out the merino thermals, rain jackets and wooly gloves just in case.
A very nice and spacious van picked us up and our guide for the day, Diego, told us that there …
Breakfast at Hotel Milan is served on their roof terrace overlooking the plaza and church next door and the mountains in the distance. It was a pretty disappointing breakfast though - powdered coffee, juice and one scrambled egg with a piece of bread. Enough to get us going but definitely not enough to see us through until dinner.
Down in …
It was an early start again, 6 o'clock in the morning, and we were on the street looking for a taxi to take us to the bus station. Choice was pretty limited at this time of the morning so we had to take a gamble on an unofficial one. We agreed the fare upfront and were taken on a route we didn't expect, and at high speed, but luckily it was just an …
Diese Kolonialstadt ist um einiges heimeliger als die Hauptstadt Quito, weshalb man sich hier eigentlich sehr rasch wohl fühlt. Cuenca ist nicht besonders gross, daher gut überschaubar und problemlos zu Fuss erkundbar.
Bei perfektem Museumswetter (Regen) stöberten wir im Museum der Zentralbank „Pumapungo“ durch die …
... After checking in we walked into the old
town and found the main plaza with 2 cathedrals facing either side of the
square. The people here are supposed to be very religious, which doesn’t
surprise us, as there is a church literally every second block. We were
convinced by a restaurant owner to have a late lunch, the set menu, for $4
each. This included a large soup, fish main course, a juice ...