Hotel Inca Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... 233;ne, my Algerian/French buddy from the Amazon boat from Manaus 6 months earlier, and they no the ere coming to Cuenca the next day. Turns out, they sat next to each other on the bus and ended up talking the whole way. Small world! Point is, I made plans to meet up with them both. I saw Cali during the day and then I went to the awesome market we found last night to get some ceviche. Cali brought along. His Brazilian ...
... very difficult. Now you tell us. Part of the difficulty is the park is between 10 and 14,000 feet above sea level. Plus, the weather can change quickly, going from sunshine in the morning to cold, rainy and foggy in the afternoon. In the end it was all worth it for the beautiful rugged landscape. I haven't been to Scotland but the park reminded me of Highland pictures, with a barren jagged landscapes mixed with small blue lakes. Our trail took us past a ...
I didn’t do much today, but had a nice relaxing day again. I went into the center and went up the tower in the “New” cathedral. It was not a very good view. It felt like there should be another level that you can climb because the view from the main viewing platform is blocked by the domes on the church and the towers on each side. Oh well, it was still a nice day to walk around town, so I did just that.
... number of
craft stalls. We also had a look in the hat museum/shop where the famous Panama
hats originate from. Decided it would be too hard to keep one together while
travelling. After a late lunch we headed back to the hotel. We decided to eat
in and cooked stir fry vegies with noodles at the expensive price of $3.20
which included the bottle of soy sauce.