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After a long drive from Baños through the mountains we arrived yesterday in Cuenca. We took the Panamerican highway stopping to gasp at the most stunning views of the mountains. We drove through Riobamba, past Alausí, stopping to view the railway line deep in the valley where the turns are so steep and tight that the train has to zigzag …
... of flour
- .5 liter of agua (water)
- 50 grams of levadura (yeast)
- 2 tsp of salt
- 2 tsp of sugar
- 2 tsp of oil
1) First, you want to mix the water (warm), yeast and sugar together.
2) Add the water mix to flour, salt and oil.
3) Knead dough until..... doughy..... and let sit for 30 minutes.
4) Put some flour on the surface where you'll flatten the dough with a rolling pin.
... to the Ecuadorian cultural historic.
We went to relax to the thermals located at 7km only from Cuenca, in the district of Banos. We went to the best of them called "Piedra de Agua". www.piedradeagua.com.ec
We spent all day there for only 15$, yes! they had an offer, 2for1.
I went often to have breakfast and lunch at the local market . There it's great, as it is cheap and you can chat with the locals and learn about them ...
... avi-fauna. Lots of birds, unfortunately not all happy to be caged. Continued our walk around the town, marvelling at the many colonial facades. Lots of churches. The old and new cathedrals are situated either side of the Plaza Calderon. Had a delicious lunch at a restaurant on the square. Kept walking, such a lovely place for this. Went to Contemporary Art Museum - just ...
... over both the new and old parts of the city. We then
wound our way back to our hotel via a bread shop and supermarket because we
only wanted something light for tea and we both were feeling a bit run down
because of the altitude. We ran into a Canadian couple we had met in Quito at
our hostel there and had a yak about what we had both been doing in the last
week while we sat in the hotel kitchen dining area.