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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where they served Cuy, guinea pigs! All the guys plus Moira tried it and they said it tasted sort of like chicken, but they probably would not have it again. Then we had free time until we left for Banos the next morning!
We arrived in Banos yesterday (Saturday) and went white water rafting today! We all had such a good time rafting. The boys were in one raft and the girls were in another with two other foreigners. It was a lot of fun but there were some ...
... as we went from town to town and cable car to cable car. Because the river is so low in the valley it's perfect for zip lines and there are a number of companies offering rides over the river. We stopped at a few to take photos but as the speed on the cables seemed to be restricted, Chris lost interest in having a go. At the town of Rio Verde we went for a hike down hill to check out yet another waterfall, but as we got closer we decided we didn't really feel the need to pay to see ...
... we had a safety line doing all these climbs but it was still exciting enough.
After all this action we went on a tour to see the spectacular waterfalls along the ruta de cascadas, a 50 km long road with fantastic views and great waterfalls along the way.
Having spent about 10 days in Baņos and with all these great activities and fun days we felt we had to move on soon to Peru but we put in one more stop on the way in Cuenca in southern Ecuador which also didn't go without drama ...
... quickly ended up in the most complicated chaos in the history of renting quad bikes. The guy had agreed to a lower price, but didn't have enough quads, so we rented the missing ones from a different place for higher price which left the first guy running around like a headless chicken trying to somehow rent quads from other places for us. Long story short...a good hour later we had 5 quads and a bike organised and were ready to go. Aly and I weren't ...
... and I'm having some trouble adjusting. I feel that I can never catch my breath and have a light but persistent headache.
The van ride from Guayaquil to Cuenca was beautiful and virtually all vertical; very reminiscent of going to Volcan, Panama. Similar climate.
I did virtually no research for this trip, as Davita handled most of my arrangements, and although I usually play the role of tour guide, ...