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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... in one of the hemispheres and enjoyed some strength activities, showing us that forces are weaker on the equator. After playtime was over, we jumped back in our taxi and headed to the much drier original Mitad del Mundo, where we paid our entry fee and found ourselves staring at a huge obelisk with compass directions on each face and some dull information about the emblems underneath each large letter. It was, at best, uninspiring and I was glad we had done the other ...
... on what was actually happening seemed in short supply. In fact it took ages to get to the hotel because roads were already closed even though the airport was still open.
Back at the same hotel we dumped our things and set off for Le Patisserie again, couldn't resist it. Also the food on the plane had been truly awful. I had the same fruit tea and chocolate mousse. Steve tried a cake that looked like a strawberry cheesecake. Both ...
... They were a cute couple.
Relapsed a bit on Wednesday, but made it through the day. If I wasn't feeling better by the next day I was going to the doctor.
On Thursday I woke up feeling better. Wasn´t really able to eat much for breakfast, but had an apple and my first solid stool since Saturday (sorry if that is TMI). Since I had success at breakfast, I had a baked good when I took my conversation ...
... were lots of different birds to see.
We passed through Tena, or at least we tried to, our road was closed so we had to take a detour which wasn't simple in a bus. After about an hour we arrived at a dock near Puerto Barantilla where we got onto a long canoe with an engine. We travelled down the river to the Liana lodge which is located in the Amazon rainforest on the banks of the Arajuno river, a tributary of the Napo river. The ...
We showed up late into a dark, but street-lit Quito. The city was filled with party-goers dancing and drinking for the start of their weekends. We decided to eat our first meal (nachos, tacos and quesadillas) on a rooftop patio overlooking the main square! After sleeping through club music and car alarms, we awoke fresh and ready to explore. First on our to-do list was capturing a sweeping view of the city. From the hostel, our new Canadian ...