Oro Verde Cuenca Hotel
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... same people over and over again. There are a lot of do's and don'ts, especially for women. It can feel a little antiquated and unsophisticated, but it also can be insular in a good way. It's definitely not the more hip/party vibe of Quito or Guayaquil.
... of the weather. The site was still pretty awesome especially the
remains of the sun temple which had these amazing acoustics and niches which
were aligned to different times of the year. We decided to go for a short walk
to see this very unusual rock formation nearby which is the side of a cliff
which when viewed from below looks like the face of an Inca. Some
archaeologists believe it was carved by the Incas and it was the most
fascinating site. The ...
... a real job that will put a roof over my head after this little adventure. Anyway, it was fun, it was interesting, but I also know that I don't have the energy or patience to lecture full time. Whew.
Thanks to Alex, Clara, Jim, Joy, Maria, Esteban, and all of the folks who had a hand in letting me live out this little professor for a day fantasy. Back to real life and the perils of the Spanish subjunctive tense.
... rapper) and by men, not in a sexual way, but in a "Who is this alien lady?" kind of way. Some days I don't care, on other days I am more annoyed by it. Again, things are different when you are traveling alone, you don't have the buffer of a friend to help you ignore this kind of thing. Moving on, the weather is a little cooler and rainier that I had hoped for, but I knew that the weather was a bit unpredictable here. Don't let ...
... site of a native Canari village that was later conquered by the Incas and called Tomebamba. The city was said to have rivalled Peru's Cuzco for it's beauty, but the glory was short lived and the city was completely destroyed during the Inca civil war. Now a beautiful town full of colonial buildings, cobbled streets, red tiled roofs, wrought iron balconies and 52 impressive churches, one for every Sunday of the year. We did a walking tour of the city, walked ...