Hotel Pinar Del Lago

Ordonez Lazo, Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Panama hat

A travel blog entry by lucywillson


... my clothes done. Once they were in the dryer I went back to the hostel for 40 minutes and then returned with Dave. I picked up my clothes and then we went to the same Panama (Montecristi) hat workshop where I bought Dad`s hat for Christmas. Dave will be 30 in July and I wanted to get him a hat as an early birthday present from me, because we won`t be in the same place on his actual birthday. Unfortunately, when we arrived we found that it was all locked ...


A travel blog entry by rangjill


... birds who were displaying, and penguins. The penguins in the Galapagos are the only penguins in the world that live north of the equator. We also saw the Galapagos iguanas on who can maneuver as well on land as they can in water. One of of our land-based trips, we saw giant tortoises that can live up to 150 years and grow to 500lbs. After one of our dives, the captain called us to the front of the boat to see two orca (killer) whales. After our diving trip, we stayed on the island ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... the one green and white bus! Despite what
the bible says, Terminal Terrestre has buses every 15 mins, but only found this
out later.

Cajas National Park is about an hour west of Cuenca through
some pretty lush scenery, ascending up to about 400m. The park is famous for
its lakes and paramo, really diverse plantlife including fairytale forests,
bogs, dramatic rock faces and low cloud. In fact, it was raining when we
arrived and ...

My Last-Minute Weekend Getaway to Cuenca

A travel blog entry by lara.franko


... park – over 4000m – called Tres Cruces (three crosses). It was pretty hard to breathe at the lookout because as our guide informed us, there is only 40% of the usual oxygen level that you would find at sea level. After that, we went to the Laguna Toreadora recreation area where we hiked for two and a half hours in the high altitude. On the hike we saw a lot of endemic plants (specific to a ...

A Cosmopolitan City

A travel blog entry by burkley


... to continue. Successfully, we continued touring the heart of the city and visited the New Cathedral. It is a massive stone structure and probably more impressive on the outside than in as the main altar is lit up by a green neon light. Its three blue domes are the most recognisable feature and apparently were miscalculated by the architect but due to his error meant that the whole structure was more stable. The secondary ...


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