Hotel Sun Beach Salinas
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... had read that almost all parts of town could be reached for US$2. She seemed stunned when we indicated she could go chase herself.
The next guy to stop immediately said, "Dos dolares" when I asked, "Quanto es?". Honest guy had us at the hotel ten minutes later. On the way out of town we passed a modern university campus with faculties of engineering, computing and health sciences at its front. It was that Ecuadorean option for education on show ...
... part f the lunch was when the band Cotapaxi serenaded us with rousing Ecuadorian music – see the video!
Tonight’s meal at the Hacienda Abraspungo was not exceptional though the Hacienda itself is lovely. We are only passing through on our way to the Devil’s Nose Railway, the Inca ruins, and finally Cuenca.
My wake-up call has been set: 4:30 am! Hora de dormir. Nos vemos ...
... the name they give to those massive 2’ long seed pods I
mentioned a few days ago. Supposedly they are good for the liver, so then went
on my daily cold beer hunt.
Not a lot happening here on a Sunday (or ever?) – hardly
anything open – despite being a state that will sell you a beer on a Sunday
there was trouble finding a place open. Same with dinner – ended up in a
... places has been corrugated by the effects of the wind and feels what is perhaps best described as like siting on top of a pneumatic drill! We soon learn to avoid the worst patches when we can.. As the road winds back down the mountain the wind gets quite strong and blows sand into our faces which stings a bit at times (now understand why we were told to bring sunglasses). After 20 mins or so we are back at the park entrance and we are yet to actually pedal our bikes. A ...
We left banos for the town Riobamba which would use as the launching pad for climbing Mount Chimbarazo which is the highest point from the centre of the earth or something like that. Any way its tall, really tall like 6,268 metres above sea level. We could see the peak sitting above the clouds when we flew back from the Galapagos. The highest altitude i have been before this was Quito which is 2,800 metres above sea level. and we panned to climb this beast, ...