Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a quick look through. They had an interesting
display of the ethnic groups of each of the areas of Ecuador. It made a bit
more sense of what we had been seeing of the dress in different areas, as it
generally seems the women dress more traditionally than the men throughout the
country. We then went for a coffee at the same café as yesterday called the
Austrian café and then went to a restaurant and had our favourite Ecuadorian
soup of potato and avocado.
... here, with an amazing view of the valley, an image began to come to life before my eyes. It's sunrise and the light is pouring through the doorway, illuminating a gold idol in the centre of the temple, indicating the time of year. It's spring. In the terraced garden beds that surround the temple, flowers are blooming and bending their faces toward the morning light. Looking out from the temple one can see houses, farms, and storage facilities dotting the hills. The city of a ...
... magical. Boulders lined the ocean floor, with fish everywhere: big and small. I chased around some marine life with my camera, desperate to capture such exotic beauty. I wanted to preserve the incredible experience. I swam with a diamondback stingray, streamer hogfish, damselfish, different wrasses, convict tangs, an assortment of grunt species, and two sea turtles: a green sea turtle and a hawksbill. My greatest experience was with ...
... open the shop and give me my laundry back which was very happy about particularly as it had my travel towel in. Did short walk to some ruins in the town. Then Marieke picked us up in taxi and headed to airport, check in wasn't even open so we were first in the queue. Said bye to the girls who were heading on the flight to Cuenca the last of my Montañita crew to leave but hopefully will see them both again. Was pretty worried about tight transfer time in Quito and having to ...
I arrived at the terminal at 7am and by 7.35 I was on the right bus.
The journey took about 30 minutes longer than if I'd gone in a minivan, but that was because the driver had to drive a little more slowly, so I felt slightly safer than I had when the minivan was speeding round mountainside corners last time I visited, in August. I was also sitting higher up, and on the opposite side to where I had on the minivan, so I could see more of ...