Hotel Inca Real
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Inca Real Cuenca
Traditional Spanish style hotel with rooms open from courtyards. Good location for visiting the sites of Cuenca. We got a strange room that only had a window into the courtyard, but was at the front of the hotel. A vent to the front of the hotel made sure we heard the traffic outside on the busy road.
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After a disturbed night, we got up early so that we could visit an Indigenous market. This is a market for locals, not tourists so we are not allowed to take photos and in theory not buy anything. However when we got there and due to the fact that as usual we don't have any lunch, we all bought bananas and bread for our lunch! Onwards to Alausi to …
... inducing sheep.
The Andean guide kindly showed us the type of simple hut in which these communities live. In them they keep pens of guinea pigs.
'Aww aren't they adorable' cried the entire group in unison.
'You think they're cute now,' replied Sñr Andes, 'wait to you see them skinned and roasting on a grill!'
Sure enough we were then herded into the kitchen to first view the sorry looking creature on ...
... Frigate birds up close. And as we were Kayaking we came
across to sea ...
... the bus driver rattles off in Spanish and points around the corner. Luckily there were a few other travellers with us doing the same thing so together we figure out that we have to walk around the corner to where the next bus will pick us up from. As we walk around the corner we see a bus ticket office and head in and pay our next ticket fare of $6 each and wait another hour for the next bus. Our bus arrives and we jump on at 1130, and as per usual the bus takes a ...
... EXTENSION than the other countries.
My impression of Guayaquil: big town located near a really large river, very modern and rich. People are stressed, bus driver are not nice and people are not helpful.....does it sounds familiar to you??? All big town are like that except my lovely city of Dublin.
Anyway, we headed to Cuenca the same day in order to meet Alyson and Daniel from our previous volunteer work in Jipijapa.