Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... knowledge on different subjects was great, you could tell that researching and discovering new things was a passion for her, she explained about different plants and animal species, a lot of which I'm sad to say that a month on, now writing this Ive forgotten the deal. I know that the red cacao pods are the native Ecuadorian, and the yellow is hybrid from another country, or is it the other way around? I can't remember, as Peruvian amigos would say...piņa which in this ...
Now that I was an "independent traveller" as they like to say I had to I start thinking on my own...those who know how stubborn I am, it's not so difficult. Off I went on the hour taxi ride to Quito airport (they say it's the worlds a farthest away airport from any city). The journey was stunning though, through mountains. I arrived at the airport early, and waited for my flight. It was the first time in 6 weeks that I actually felt quite ...
... me for like 4 days. Her mum would ring her to ask what I would be doing for whatever meal and try to feed me. It's difficult to do, but they still wanted to.
I've tried many new things, mostly made from verde though. It's like a green banana. Looks like a banana, peels like one, the flesh looks like banana but it has more of the properties of a potato. They have 1000 ways to cook it too. As breakfasts, lunches, diners, ...
... a bit of inspiration. There are so many options...doing a cruise, going straight to Santa Cruz and doing it yourself, booking in Quito vs Guayaquil, the different classes of boat etc etc. It just got so confusing.
Plus, there are a lot of agencies running tours around Galapagos so trying to figure out which is the best deal was a bit hard. In the end, I booked a trip through Hostel Madrid International. The guy Chris was really informative and really ...
The people are better looking, taller, less Andean-tribal looking in comparison to Peru and Bolivia, the men are more interested, there's a palpable Caribbean influence and the climate is tropical. There's also an air of danger after dark, not dissimilar to Delhi but to a lesser extent. Let's see what Ecuador has to offer and see if it contends with my clear favourite country so far - Bolivia. Next stop after Ecuador's biggest city - the Galapagos ...