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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Grade V (the highest grade) rapids in NZ left me feeling underwhelmed, so if it's not at least on par (and very very few places are) then why bother? It comes back to that old thing of doing it for myself not because of obligation or just to say I have. I could've rode elephants in SE Asia many times. I know lots of people who did it and recommeneded it. It'd be a cool pub story. But I had no interest so didn't do it. SImples. It feels a ...
... It was semi cool when we left Cuenca but by the time we arrived in Guayaquil it was getting pretty warm. After an hour in Guayaquil we jumped on another 4 hour bus to Puerto López which is on the coast. We were hopeful that it was as sunny and hot at the beach as it was in the city, but sadly this is not the case. This time of year there seems to be a strip of sun running down between the Andes and the hills by the coast, everywhere else is cloudy and ...
... herb attached to it. We then wandered past a market spread along on side of a street, through the flower market in an attached little square, and then into a bigger square where the main clothing market was almost completely packed up. On going back through the flower market Kate and I bought ourselves palm baskets, into which the seller threw free small branches of rosemary.
On turning back into the main square, next to the cathedral, we could see people ...
... together. It was fun to get to spend time with all of them as we traveled and walked around enjoying the art and experience of live music, lots of people, and the rain of course. I am sad that as I have finally gotten accustomed to this city and country it is almost time to leave. Next weekend we have a trip to the Amazon and the next weekend we leave. I know Cusco will be another amazing experience but I am definitely going to be sad to leave this place and these people.
... so we don’t think that we are going to need the car at all. The streets are all cobblestone, and Amb says that the city has a European feel to it (I guess the 200 years that the Spanish were there is reflected in the building styles). We weren’t going to come to Cuenca because we just thought that it would be another big city just like Quito or Guayaquil. Boy, were we ever wrong!! We are both so happy that we ...