Hotel Posada Real
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- Continental Breakfast
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... they don't always make it. We observed this. Natural selection in its purest form. After dinner we had a lesson on the stars. Amazing sky when there are literally no lights anywhere but in the sky. Different sky down here in the Southern Hemisphere- we saw the southern cross which you will never see in the northern hemisphere. Very cool. Still struggling the upload pics. Will keep trying though. Tomorrow is anothe big day of seeing nature at its ...
... to civilisation, checking out the monkeys, sloths, stinky turkeys haha and other wildlife on the way.
Once back to civilisation we headed for the capital Quito. We checked out the local sites and attractions around the city and from here we took a day trip to the ‘Quiolotoa Crater.’ This is a very impressive active volcano set in the Latchunga Mountain Range. The volcano itself blew its top 100’s of years ago resulting in ...
... old man says are you nuts, and heads for Cuenca. Another of life’s mystery that I will never know the answer to.
That morning I ponder should I take a taxi to the terminal? No I shall walk. I zig zag across the town in the direction of what I think is to the terminal and (not to jinx things) the last zag takes me right to the terminal. I buy a ticket. When will the bus be leaving? Sanko minutoes. (again let’s not gloat Paul and jinx things). I see ...
... sit on the edge and dip our legs in thinking it would be like a spa, nope it definitely was a lot hotter than a spa. It was so painfully hot we felt our skin was boiling over. So we decided to head over to the steps and do it step-by-step. I braved it and got in quickly and dealt with the pain, however it took Leesh at least 5mins to even get in up to her calf muscles. It was definitely a battle getting the lower body in. We finally get our entire bodies in and start getting ...
... as well as an explanation of what we are doing, we follow the lady down a path, into an open area, with rows of beautiful burgundy yucca plants, as well as some tall, thin, green yucca, of a different variety. The lady pulls out her 2 ft long machete, hacks the spindly tree down in 2 swipes of the blade, then pulls the base of the plant up effortlessly, exposing some very large tuberous chunks of yucca, covered in dirt, as well as skin. She then masterfully, takes a shallow ...