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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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... gracias and head into the bus station. We already know we firstly have to catch a bus to Guayaquil for 5hrs and then catch another to Montanita for 3hrs. So we are looking for a ticket booth with Guayaquil written on it and not having much luck, so I quickly ask a security guard and he starts walking us to the booth. We find it with his help, and pay our $8 bus fare. Our bus is at 0840 and we are only just buying our tickets at 0830, so we were lucky they weren't sold out. We quickly ...
I received an email this morning from a girl named Andrea who I did not know at all. Apparently Melissa let her know that I’m here in Cuenca, and Andrea was nice enough to offer to show me around. She picked me up from my hostel at 8pm and we went out for a bite to eat and a drink at a restaurant called Fogo. It was in Turi, near the church I had walked to today, and it was great to see the view ...
... an 8 hour ride through the Andes to Cuenca, with some really nice views of the mountains on the way. On arrival in Cuenca, we were surprised to find a Tourist Information Centre, both in the bus station and open. We got ourselves a map and some good information on what to do really quickly.
Getting a taxi was chaos in comparison, there was no queue and taxis just stopped in random places and those standing closest simply jumped ...
... sweet landlord picks me up and hauls all of my stuff to my new home. It's a nice small apartment, but it is a bit far from El Centro, which is where everything is. My apartment is like most of Cuenca and really Ecuador--the people kind of keep to themselves, there is the near constant sounds of dogs barking (there are a LOT of stray dogs here) or horns honking, or car alarms going off (which people refer to as the Ecuadorian ...
... acqua. Il viaggio dovrebbe durare tutto il giorno con un cambio di autobus in una non meglio definita cittadina a metà strada; non più autobus notturni, dopotutto l'Ecuador è un Paese piccolo in confronto a quelli in cui siamo stati finora e i viaggi saranno senz'altro più corti. Poi, se le nuvole e la pioggia ci graziano, forse riusciremo anche a dare un'occhiata agli splendidi paesaggi dal finestrino dell'autobus. We didn't come this far just to buy ...