Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... next? She would go to Loja with me if fed ex delivered her replacement credit card in the morning. Okay. Sounds good. I hoped the card would come but would I wait a few more days? When I awoke the next morning I had decided in my sleep that the card would have to come by noon or I would leave. The card came but Sophie was going to stay for a few more days. The hostel was feeding her and giving her a place to sleep – and she joked she had made $1.00 in tips.
Early morning alarm set at 0650 in order to get an early bus to Montanita today. We laze around checking our emails and social media sites for 10mins or so and then head down for breaky. Seeing as we now had eggs to use, we boiled some as snacks again for our long day of bus rides and had fried eggs on toast with a chopped banana and pear, delicious. We downed our 2x coffees, which were a bit weak and watery and obviously not so nice this morning, but hey they were free so who's ...
... retired. They’ve got the right idea.
Noreen and Andreas gave me a few tips on what to see in Cuenca, so I took one of their recommendations and put it into action as soon as I finished lunch. I went for a walk to a place called Turi, and then climbed over 500 stairs to get to the church at the top of the hill. The church was nothing impressive at all, but it gave an amazing view of Cuenca from above. ...
... wore the hat and Ecuador's president gave the US' president, Roosevelt, a hat as a gift. Through a miscommunication in language, Roosevelt thought it was a gift from Panama and called it a Panama hat. Word spread in the news and it's popularity spread to be used in Hollywood etc. without anyone correcting the name, so it stuck.
David quite fancied buying a hat for himself but didn't want the typical and traditional black and white ...
My apologies for the lack of recent updates! I have been getting my feet wet in Ecuador, and honestly I am glad that I didn't write immediately after I arrived--I had a bumpy start and was feeling less than charitable towards this beautiful country.
So my original arrival into Ecuador was delayed. As I was flying from Panama, I missed my connection to Cuenca (thanks Copa Airlines for giving me bad information and for ...