Hotel Plaza Grande
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... This was reinforced by the amount of time I spent looking at people in Colombia with a blank expression. I chose a school recommended by someone I met in Colombia. The combination of their good Spanish and that it happened to be the cheapest was more than enough to convince me. The school was called Guayasamin. After a famous artist. I later found out it was in the Lonely Planet too. For two weeks I studied 5 days a week from 830-1230 with a 30 minute break. ...
... chatting with his buddies while I was in the gold and metalworking room. I snuck a quick video. Hey, they said photos! Didnīt mention videos...
I am going to include some photos from the Internet which are similar to things that I saw. The first room I visited focused on the pre-Incan early agricultural societies. Most of the earliest settlements in Ecuador were along the Pacific coast.
There were lots ...
... Feeling more refreshed, we devoured breakfast at the hostel and then joined Ovi's walking tour (this was now my second time on the tour, and was time for me to become his unofficial photographer). After the tour we ate a $2 almuerzo (lunch menu - soup and a pork min) with the tour.
In the afternoon, Meredith and I went with Ovi to La Mariscal in the new town to run some errands and to enjoy a coffee in the main square there. And in the evening we chilled out in ...
Note to self: don't lose your eticket! Have been reprimanded by the qantas lady for not having a printing of my flight out of Ecuador (which I've lost somewhere along the line)... May not actually be let into Ecuador now :S here's hoping for the best!! Note to future rich self: become a qantas club member... Coz ...
... cattedrale e innumerevoli altre chiese, palazzi bianchi e alcune viuzze molto carine e suggestive. Quito è una bella città, degna capitale di questo Paese di cui siamo rimasti sorpresi, in positivo, fin dall'inizio: ci sono luoghi molto belli e la gente è molto cordiale e gentile; il caos di Bolivia e Perù è lontano anni luce, il traffico è digeribile, non si sente un clacson suonare, la musica è a volumi accettabili e tutto e tutti ...