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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and got through all of it. Some people in our group had a go at the black scallops – a local delicacy. Speaking of seafood, we also had a crack at the ceviche, which is fish cooked simply from the acidity of lime juice. Not my cup of tea.
It’s been a non-stop, massive week for both of us. We are having an awesome time in Ecuador and Peru – next week we are headed further south to Trujillo, then Lima for a couple of days and the area of ...
... mid swing swing upside down on it. Banos is also known for its thermal baths which are scattered all around the small town. We went to one of the nicer ones the next afternoon, deciding to pay a little extra for cleanliness. The pool is somehow heated by the volcano and while it was a nice warm temp it definitely wasn't spa pool hot. We had dinner along the bar street that we had been down ...
... A quick trip to Gringo's Laundry to drop off a toxic plastic bag and then Phil and I jumped on a red open top bus tour. The 11am departure cost us $5 for 90 minute tour with a Spanish and English guide and took us past various sights in both old town and new towns clouding churches, colonial buildings/ museums, culture museum and then on to a lookout point over the city. For the price, and fact it gave a good feel for the city, I think the tour was well worth doing. Back in ...
... he would know the good cheep spots. Sure enough, breaky for both set me back $2. Got some good info.
With my back still giving me grief I sought out a massage. They don't seam very strong over here. It wasn't bad still. I felt ok after and walked past an adventure sport travel agent, wandered in thinking I would book the canyoning for tomorrow. Turn out he had a tour leaving in an hour. Worked out brilliant. Got lunch, towel, changed and back ...
... phones throughout the game, seasonal support I guess, with an overly exaggerated way of supporting their lads. Visiting the Central Bank Museum, provided us with an hour of distraction. It's main draw is a collection of shrunken heads that look like miniature monkeys. There are a few different theories on the origin of the tiny heads, I think they're faux puppets personally. Frustrating, our ...