Hotel Plaza Grande
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... orange, but then she put more paste on so I guessed the first part was just stripping the natural colour and the second part was adding the new colour. I assume. Probably shoulda looked up the meaning of some of the words we discussed before agreeing. Happy with the final product though :) About to meet the tour group then heading to Galapagos tomorrow for my final adventure, probably no wifi until I get back to Quito next Thursday, so will update again then ...
... the bottom of the man’s bag ripped open and all his plantains fell onto the street. I felt really bad for the man because he looked immediately depressed. I’m guessing the kid stole a bag with his money in it or something. Unfortunately, because we were stuck in traffic and had to keep moving, the kid got away. It was a pretty sad situation.
It was about an hour and a half to get to Ipiales and we arrived at the really small ...
... Every 4 years the people elect their president and other politicians. The voting age is 16. I found it interesting that everyone 18 to 65 is required to vote. Those 16 and 17 years old have the option to vote or not.
Quito is located in South America and bordered by the Pacific Ocean. The city is divided into two areas. One is the modern city with the tall skyscraper buildings with the shining glass and sleek lines.
The other is the old city with ...
... sitting in the car we are pretty much wiped out. I haven’t been entirely 100% since the Cui, perhaps it’s Karma’s revenge for eating something so cute and fuzzy? So this day of rest has been exactly what I needed, and seemingly what everyone else needed too. We spent the majority of the morning lounging around, and Armando (Dr. Morillo’s brother, whose apartment we’ve been residing in) took us out to explore the city. We went ...
... side of the Cotopaxi volcano with the Biking Dutchman. We got dropped off at the foot of the main peak at around 4300m and then descended extremely quickly on basic bikes... The brakes were not good enough! We had a great group of two funny girls from London, who spent most of the trip in the van after getting too tired and having a little head-first-over-the-handlebars incident, two air stewards from KLM on a 48 hour layover and a chilled Aussie guy. It was ...