Oro Verde Cuenca Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... learn skills which will hopefully make them employable. School children also use these along with help from the Inti staff to complete their homework. For most, their parents had no education so they are unable to help their children. They also teach sewing skills to girls and women, to give them job prospects. They run a hotel; the money from this supports the work of the foundation. My favourite part was visiting the school they run for 3 and 4 yr olds. ...
... are all perfectly flat because they sit on top of one and other side by side without anything holding them together at all. It was all. Rey interesting.. Our tour was for an hour then it was time to catch the 1pm bus back to Cuenca. Another 2 and a half hours later and we were back at the bus terminal. Because it was a nice arvo we decided to walk back to our place instead of a taxi. Along the way we stopped at a computer shop to print out some tax forms and signed them ...
... do, and onto the avery. As nice as it was to see the Macaw, Tucan and parrots up close, it was also a little depressing to see them caged up, especially the birds of prey. Up the road from the ruins was a church we had seen earlier in the distance so we decided to check it out. After the church we headed back towards the main plaza to find the Panama hat shop from yesterday but made a quick stop for a hotdog along the way. At the hat shop we both found something ...
... if we could slow down to take a picture...you would have thought I was asking if I could sell one of his kids. But thank God I made it there and back in one piece. The Devil's Nose train ride is fairly brief but really nice as you cut down the mountains (with the river on your side), zig, zag to switch tracks, then come back up the mountain. They call it the Devil's Nose because you are supposed to ...
... we are in another market square. This one is outside with shops all around. We go inside an Artisans shop (known locally as “Casa de la Mujeres”) where there are about 50 shops some are open and some are closed (not sure how they decide when to open). There is nothing that we are really interested in so we head outside and wander through the outside portion. Some of it is clothing and shoes like we can buy at home but there ...