Hotel Reina Isabel
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Very nice hotel, clean & modern
Only rated down to 3 *s because the rooms are completely un-soundproofed! Every footstep, conversation, rattling trolley etc out in the corridor echoes straight into the room crystal clear!
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Officially join the tour group today, most of whom have come straight from Sydney. One other couple came from Galápagos Islands a couple of days after me, another came early & spent a couple of days in Lima, Peru. Nice bunch of people, all from Australia, though 2 poms & a swede, all of whom have been living in Australia for some time …
The phone rang this morning at 2.30.....
What is Spanish for ' Bugger off, you've got the wrong room'?
I woke up again at 6am and decided that I may as well get up so that I could get my room changed and also sort out my missing trip which is supposed to be at 9am this morning. The tour office doesn't open until 8.30 so this could …
The altitude here in Equador has a definite effect on the body. In Quito we are at about 2800 metres which is about 9000 feet - a shade under two miles above sea level. Even going up steps and walking around leaves you a bit breathless. You have to really concentrate on breathing in as deeply as you can to maximise oxygen intake.
Today was …
... s and ordered our dinner, plus beer. With the rain falling outside it was pretty depressing. This has been the wettest city we have been in. You get a few hours without rain in the morning and after that there is nothing else to do but eat or drink. After dinner we headed to the Irish bar Finn McCools. It was not good. We got told we could only get beer if we ate so we ordered peanuts and beer, it was the worst beer I've ever had. To indicate ...
... known for their building of mud nests. It just so happens that the massive pizza oven in Hornero is shaped just like one of the mud nests. It’s very similar to brick oven style pizza in the US.
In typing this I’ve realized that I have yet to include any pictures of the apartment we are staying in, here in Quito… So I’m doing that now.
During dinner we decided what a great idea it would be to watch the Fútbol game ...