Hotel Reina Isabel
Travel Blogs from Quito
This was our final full day in Ecuador and it started bright and early at 06:00 so we could get a walk in before breakfast. In preparation for leaving we also shoved the remainder of our items that we didn't need for the walk into our bags ready for picking them up later. Fortunately as the forest complex was quiet that day we were able to keep our …
It was yet another 06:30 start so that people could get their luggage off the boat by 07:30 and the passengers off by 07:45. This was our final panga ride back shore and the start of the journey back to Quito. Once we'd all loaded our belongings onto the bus we set off for the ferry to Baltra. What is amazing is that you have to sail for 9 hours …
For the flight from Schipol to Bon Aire I started off by watching Yogi Bear but then spent the rest of the time trying to sleep. During this leg of the journey we got a light snack, dinner (chicken and rice!), and breakfast.
We arrived in Bon Aire at about 3am local time in an airport that didn't seem big enough for a plane as big as the …
We took off this morning after a good night's sleep in probably the best hotel of the trip. Our goal today: to learn more about Quito, population 2 million.
Ecuador is about 14 million and is 97% Catholic. . . so naturally we head to the main square to see what is there. It is the palace of the President, but he is in Argentina due to the …
... simple past tense. Most of the students have been in the class
before however there are some new students and many different levels of English,
which makes it a little complicated to plan activities for everyone. I guess
this would probably be true ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking