Hotel Inca Real
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The usual haphazard sleep but got ablutions done by 0525, spending the next 1.5 hours editing the blog, checking details, emails and a bit of web surfing.
Decided to start the blog uploading. Completely up to date by 0750, just in time for brekkie. Brys' stomach is uneasy this morning: must be out of sorts from his zip lining?
Best: at Turi, sitting on wooden chairs, eating freshly cut pineapple Worst: the drizzle draining the colour out of photographs
As a general proposition of law, sleeps before an early morning flight are always poor and this was no exception. Couple that with a bit of a raspy throat, eating too much for dinner and the need for ablutions, I …
The sun is out and it is cool enough to ride with all of our protective gear on with out being too hot. We are on the road 8 hours to get to Cuenca. We see numerous women in traditional costumes. The scenery is stunning and the roads good and twisty. The riding is so good that it is hard to stop for pictures. And to top it off the traffic is very …
... as part of their male initiation ceremony. There were five human shrunken heads on display here - very eerie - and one sloth one. The Shuar display ended with colour photographs of the life of the tribe now which I thought was a really good touch.
The rest of the museum was good too. It had displays about lots of other indigenous peoples in Ecuador, including the Afro-Ecuadorians from Esmeraldas Province who are descended from slaves brought from Spain in ...
... After unloading my bags from the car, I exchanged contact information with Bety as she said if I needed anything just to call her and let her know. And if I were to ever return to Ecuador she'd be more than happy to help me with anything. I was blown away by how nice Bety and her two son's were, I definitely wasn't expecting this and I couldn't thank them enough. After saying goodbye to them I went and checked into the hostel which was called the Yakumama Hostel. It was a brad ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility