La Colina Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... are in a panic breath). I tried to hop around. Luckily I had one dried shirt I keep for this occasion and when Dan arrived shortly thereafter, he took good care of me and I changed into this shirt and stripped off my cold wet upper layer. I went and stood by the open air fire and finally, while still very cold, we left and went the next kilometer to the lunch truck. Luckily the lunch truck was parked at the house of an extremely nice woman and her 3 kids who invited us all in ...
... us a little). However, the house is ridiculously small and the whole family shares one bed, the best part about the house is that the heater system within the house is made up of 150 (live) Guinea Pigs that free range on the floor, everywhere. For us it was great to see how the Kichwa live, but we believe it should have been an inclusion in the tour if they want to show it to us.
We finally arrived at the Quilotoa loop which is a remote, bumpy, mountainous road linking ...
... out how I wanted. They requested more Dirty Jobs clips next week. I´m sure I can oblige them.
Ran into Drew (the guy who has been sitting in on my Conversation Clubs) at the coffee shop and I took him to Skull Donuts (which I tried yesterday). Excellent goods, same as yesterday. He had to ditch as soon as he got his donut though. Jerk.
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... sugar but I tired one that I love which was coconut covered in sugar and then I'm guessing that it was fried. Our next stop was the cafe of a local museum for a rest and bathroom break. It also had great views of the city, including a good view of the Virgin Mary statue. We continued to La Ronda which is a street area, restored in 2005. It is an area where there are artisans selling items along with small restaurants. The ...
... just us three. There we visited churches, cultural museums and art galleries. Our favorite part of the day had to be lunch. On the third floor of a beautiful terrace we solved the world's problems over traditional Ecuadorian soups and cervezas. That night we would return for another patio meal in the main square. We ate early and fell asleep shortly after given we were waking up at 430 the next morning for the Galapagos...Yep, we had to GalapaGO ...