Hotel Inca Real
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to exchange a few dollars into Peruvian Nuevo Sol. I managed to find a place but they only had a 100 sol note ($35 / £22) which I took, but it wasn't going to help me with my 2 sol motortaxi when arriving in Mancora in the early hours tomorrow. Heading back to the hostel I hung out in the cafe for a few hours, collecting a bit of small change in case I could use dollars in Mancora and then headed off to the bus terminal. It was time to say goodbye to another country, and hello to ...
... including fairly young kids who come onto the bus giving out lollies and then come back through asking for money for the 'free’ lollies.The trip was back along the beautiful road we had travelled earlier from Guayaquil and we got off the bus at the park gate. The park ranger told us that the park shut at 3 so we were only allowed to do the 2 hour walk around the lake. We were at an altitude of over 4000 metres so we were breathing pretty heavy even though the walk was ...
... and there is a good-sized English-speaking community to isolate them from real life which is exactly why I won’t retire here after all.
A history professor from one of the local universities addressed us before dinner. We took a very quick trip from pre-history – 13,500 BC – to the late 19th century. She had quite a bit to say about the current president, Rafael Correa, ...
... I had flights out of Colombia to enter but all went so smoothly in Quito and in Bogota . No difficult questions about onward travel, no queues, managed to get money in Bogota and then taxi took me to The Cranky Croc hostel, saw some very impressive Christmas lights on the way. Hostel had no record of my booking but gave me a bed in a 10 person dorm grabbed some food there and had an early night. “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” St. ...
... the way. One woman (and her small daughter) was sitting on the pavement with two great round, flat wicker baskets of live chickens and one smaller basket of eggs; others had pineapple, coconut and mango stands; others were sitting on chairs with sacks of clothes or bread rolls. I did a double take with one because I suddenly realised she was selling guaguas de pan, the sweet doll-shaped bread buns/ rolls that are widely eaten in Ecuador on ...