Oro Verde Cuenca Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... since I was clearly in the middle of their volleyball aspirations, they decided to go along with it and play a little basketball with me. Somehow, we went from lightly shooting around to a full on game in a matter of two minutes.
Funny thing about Cuenca, it is about 8,200 feet above sea level. Which is just shy of a Denver on top of another Denver. For the most part, the altitude doesn't bother me. Except when it comes to strenuous exercise. ...
... phones throughout the game, seasonal support I guess, with an overly exaggerated way of supporting their lads. Visiting the Central Bank Museum, provided us with an hour of distraction. It's main draw is a collection of shrunken heads that look like miniature monkeys. There are a few different theories on the origin of the tiny heads, I think they're faux puppets personally. Frustrating, our ...
... that ******** muddy path we tried to follow yesterday, though, nothing but dogs, and farmers, and goat ****. Nice view of the valley, sure, but seriously, would a few signs have killed them? Or maybe someone selling shots every now and then? Damn it, what good is a party town if you're not selling booze everywhere? Oh, wait, there's some now, daddy's gotta go.
We hadn't planned to go to Tena originally, but we changed our mind because of the weather. At first ...
Buenos Dias everyone!! After a good night's sleep we are up and ready to get going. Gabriel informs us that the train is not running today… that makes me sad. I guess we will save that until the next time we are here. I suppose it is best to leave some things undone so that there are places to go when we come back. I would like to stop in some of the smaller villages, but we need to learn Spanish! Everywhere we go (in the ...
... people live here, 12,000 of whom are English-speaking non-nationals in search of fine weather and inexpensive living.
We are staying at the Hotel Santa Lucia, a converted private residence. The central courtyard is the dining room; guest rooms on the first and second floors are arranged around the courtyard. Into this lovely Ecuadorian setting is piped distinctly non-Ecuadorian music – mostly of ...