Radisson Royal Quito Hotel
Travel Blogs from Quito
This morning went well, we got up (both of our alarms worked), had breakfast, which was only toast and coffee, so we didn't miss out on anything the day before, and left for the hostel. Paul dropped me off at the hostel and went to his lessons as I waited while they cleaned our room before moving in. My water bottle was here! It was on he the counter where I had left it. The room is nice, and the bed is comfy, well a little softie some areas and not in others ...
... in the pool, which was funny. After that the poor thing was a bit on edge with us. The guide then took us to Laguna Cuicocha, which means guinea pig lake. This was so beautiful and the part that I was most looking forward to. It's a 3km wide crater lake which sits inside Cotacachi Volcano meaning the lake is always 15degreesC. So you can see little bubbles on the water. We took a boat ride around the lake and got to go around the two islands that sit on ...
... Papallacta is famous around here for its hot spring pools in which we were looking forward to soaking for a couple of days prior to spending the next 5 days camping in the Amazon. The hot springs benefit from Volcan Cayambe nearby and did not disappoint. In addition, we discovered the beautiful Reserva Ecologica Cayambe-Coca, a national park located in the hills behind Termas de Papallacta to which ...
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