Mansion Alcazar Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... of the terminal. Once inside I asked a guard as to where I would find the bus to Loja. Right where I was standing. Hm. When the guard left I asked the fellow I was standing beside. Yes, right here. And another traveler came and looked my ticket over. Yes, I was in the right place. And after all that we would have to wait ten minutes for the bus. Jeezee!
Glad to be here,
Written March 22nd, 2015, happened I think on the 18th a few days ...
... their actual seat as they played dumb as if they didn't know there were seat numbers on the ticket. Aaron had made a book exchange at our hostel for a story about a traveller exploring Machu Pichu and other ruins, which he begun reading, whilst I did some reading up on Peru using another book we came across. It's not long in to the trip until I'm busting for the toilet so Aaron kindly asks the bus driver to unlock the toilet before an unfortunate accident happens! After that, we started ...
... 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.
I took my time getting out of the hostel today, and checked out at 11:30am. I got a taxi to the bus station and found a van that goes to Cuenca in just three hours, instead of the normal bus that takes six hours. It was $12 instead of $8 for the bus, but that was well worth it to me. The van was nice, and I got to sit in the front with the A/C blasting in my face the whole time, so that was nice. It was a ...
... have dinner, we had a walk around the main plaza and flower market. It was a very busy little town especially just after 5pm. The traffic was chaotic, every street was backed up with cars at a standstill. The shops and cafes were also full of locals. We went in search of a Spanish Tapas restaurant that had good reviews. The wine was good but the food was mediocre. A Spaniard would never dream of putting Cheddar on a meat and cheese platter.