Hotel Inca Real
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... incredibly steep mountains – not good for the stomach or the ear pressure. Do not know how the cows and sheep could walk on these hillsides – I am sure I would have come tumbling down! Sights through the window: very dry in some parts, high erosion, small farms worked by hand, all animals are tethered in the paddocks, no big herds/flocks, narrow walking trails crossing the mountains – used by both people and animals, houses ...
... our English guided tour started. The guided tour is the only way to go around the site which is quiet small but worth a visit. It was a stunning day and the scenery all around was incredible!! The layout of the site was in the shape of a puma as this was one of the 3 animals they worshipped. There was some small remains from the Canari's which was a group of people that lived in the same place as the Incas but thousands of years before them. The Incas built overtop of ...
... in need of a reminder that in my past life, I was actually competent at something. I used to know stuff, you know? So I submitted a proposal (in English and Spanish with the help of my Spanish teacher, thanks Maria) and lo and behold, it was accepted by the University.
I worked on the presentation "Leadership and Ethics: Setting the Foundation for Ethical Decision Making" (sounds like a real snooze fest, but I know how ...
... line, our first destination in Ecuador was the capital city of Quito. We stayed in the centro histórico (old town) district, where we explored many beautiful parks, 400 year-old churches, and impressive baroque-style architecture. There were many men and women in traditional dress including "Panama hats," which are ironically made in Ecuador. One of the most impressive churches in Quito was La Compania de Jesus, a Jesuit church constructed in 1606. Using materials such ...
... going again and splatted in to a rock because the guide forgot to stop her, she laughed it off. Later that night we went out for a meal and birthday drinks with the rest of the rafting team at Casa Hood. The next day we had planned to go on a bike ride to some waterfalls but unfortunately Ange swallowed too much of the water when rafting so had an upset stomach so we ended up with a pizza and movies day. The following day we headed down to Cuenca which was a ...