Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Out of Guayaquil and onto a bus to Cuenca at about 1500 hours. Time to kinda head south!
- We arrived in Cuenca and had to go to an internet café to find a new place to stay as all the places we tried to book were full. Finally we chose a place and spent the next 45 driving round the city looking for it. We never found it and I don't think it exists. Any way the nice taxi driver took to a place he recommended and it was a good deal and very comfortable so we ...
... section, which is mainly corn and potatoes, one of the traders asks Sandra if she could ask us to look at his phone and change it to Spanish. It transpires that most mobiles in Ecuador come from the USA, and are defaulted to English. We couldn't work it out though, despite going through all the settings. I know how to change the language on an Android phone, but this was a Windows phone and stumped all of us.
Strangely there was a beauty padgent of sorts going on ...
... how the hat is woven, bleached, finished, dyed and decorated. I would have loved to buy my Mum one but it is too hard to carry around!! A small fridge magnet will have to suffice. Cuenca is the Athens of the South. The people have lighter skin and are more cosmopolitan, Cuenca is the third largest city in Ecuador. It is very popular with North American retirees. Next stop a museum of ...
... with my Spanish by the end of the week. I feel that bit more prepared for the Spanish-speaking world.
The school do free salsa lessons, so of course , after my super-Cali-salsa-licious experience, I take along my dancing feet. It's just me, the teacher and another couple on both days so I get to dance with the teacher a lot, which is always a bonus. Wednesday night is salsa night in one of the clubs, so Francisco, the teacher, invites me to ...
... ically, on the anti-slip board, taking a chunk of skin out of his shin. There were a few expletives and a short delay before we started our 'experience'.
The Turkish steam bath was surprisingly warm and smelt good thanks to the bunches of herbs. We spent 30 minutes in the bath with one shower break before we were moved on to blue mud therapy pool. The mud in this pool was supposed to cleanse the skin so we liberally applied it and left it to ...