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... falling behind with a 20 minute stop to allow the usual raft of sellers on board less than a kilometre from the start. The star of this day's crowd was a guy in a corporate gilet emblazoned with 'Secure Agents - Chimborazo' who emerged from a crowd of about a dozen team mates. He was selling - guess what - an absolutely miraculous cream made from lemon and cinnamon that would make your skin smooth forever. As far as I could see, his only customer was an ...
Cuenca is a beautiful colonial city. Many of the buildings
remind me of Europe. Another delightful hotel. Olde Worlde. Just on dusk there
was a knock on the door – a lovely young lady had homemade chocolates for us.
Had a fascinating tour through a Panama hat factory. They
originated in Ecuador but were used by the 1000s of workers who built the
Panama Canal; hence the name. It is an incredibly labour ...
... Le trajet de nuit n'était pas si mal, en dehors des constants arrêts du bus. Aurelie a dormi tout le long, moi j'étais bien éveillé (certainement à cause du café). Nous sommes arrivés une heure plus tôt à Cuenca (03h30). Nous avons décidé d'attendre jusqu'à une heure raisonnable dans la gare jusqu'à ce que notre auberge ouvre. J'ai enfin réussi à m'endormir sur les genoux d'Aurelie ...
... retired. They’ve got the right idea.
Noreen and Andreas gave me a few tips on what to see in Cuenca, so I took one of their recommendations and put it into action as soon as I finished lunch. I went for a walk to a place called Turi, and then climbed over 500 stairs to get to the church at the top of the hill. The church was nothing impressive at all, but it gave an amazing view of Cuenca from above. ...
... but sufficient. We got to the top of one of the hikksides with an excellent view over the valley and the city of half a million people. It is bisected by the fast flowing river which has lovely green walkways alongside it. At the lookout the bus stopped 20 minutes for everyone to go up to the highest point and get photos. Yes being my usual clumsy self I tripped on the gravelly climb and jarred my right thumb badly (may have fractured it actually because a week later it is still swollen ...