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... down the recently renovated river for 5 km and then back. It was gorgeous.
That night we were starving. So we went out for a Mexican that we found on the off chance. Although there was little atmosphere (we were the only ones in there), and despite the 45 minute wait, the food came and it was incredible. Worth the wait for sure.
The next day we went up to Cajas, the national park for a walk. The bus from Cuenca to ...
... It was
exactly like looking outside a plane window. We then drove through the highest
points which were in the Cajas National Park, a very scenic location of small
streams and alpine lakes. Then finally down to Cuenca. Our hotel is on the edge
of the old town and the mini van dropped us off not far from one of the bus
stations. We were not sure where we were, so eventually we flagged down a taxi
that took us to ...
... we then ventured to Ladies Night on the Thursday which once again destroyed us, especially with a 10am bus the next morning. Great fun and sore heads was had by all, we lost a day watching England lose the World Cup again, double rums and $2.50 caipirinhas on the beach at midday isn't good for anyone. Got an incredible pedicure for $5 at Fanny (interesting name choice, especially as Shannon got her bikini wax there). A must visit for anyone in ...
... system that once amplified the voices of long dead priest - it's absolutely awesome. And with that it was time to move on. As we left this ancient site where sun worshipers and moon worshipers co-existed peacefully, side by side, and boarded a bus for a little hippy village in the mountains, I remembered something Mark Twain once said. "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness." This is certainly true, and judging by these ruins, it was even true for the ...
... afraid of apples. I genuinely despise ketchup because it's disgusting but it really threw the whole group of about 25 of us for a loop that someone hates a fruit as innocent as apples. A couple days later Natalie and I walked into our room and there was an apple on Alex's bed that had "eat me Alex" carved into it. The poor guy probably had nightmares for the next couple nights. Alex was going to language school in Montanita during ...