Hotel Villa Nancy
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... in town and he was showing them the ceremony.
... churches even though Quito is renowned for its many churches.
Quito is also very hilly and surrounded by 17 volcanoes which is pretty insane. As we walked into the old historic part of Quito we enjoyed the beautiful architecture and the feeling you get when you arrive in a new place. Anticipation mixed with excitement. So it was pretty disappointing when we were subject to a scam to rob us. Thankfully Maree had read about it so was onto it and guided us both out of ...
... we'll explain in a few... Back to dinner. It was a multi-course feast for the senses. The prawns were seriously humongous. I (Andi) had a watermelon and octopus appetizer. It was all really tasty and we polished it off with a slice of banana cake and chocolate creme brûlée. We were so looking forward to experiencing the piano bar with the world renowned pianist Alfredo so we marched ourselves down the hall right at ...
... container. We hoped that they were going to be processed as they were probably bruised and certainly dirty. We later heard that there is a processing plant in Manta. Manta is also known for its Panama hats. We took the shuttle to the local craft markets and it was full of stalls selling this iconic hat. Very reasonably priced we both got one. The people in the market hardly spoke any English but ...
... Quito, which is an interesting city. It's not a pretty city, at least the bits we saw. The old centre is meant to be very nice but we travelled through the suburbs. But whilst the buildings may not have been pretty the setting was dramatic, mountains dissect the city and buildings cling to the sides of mountains. In places tower blocks sit on cliff edges. As we travelled on roads higher up the mountains we could see across swathes of the city.
It took the bus well over an hour ...