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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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On a 3h30 de route pour rejoindre la ville thermale de Banos. Nous sommes cependant censés faire quelques arrêts en chemin!
Nous sommes arrêtés au village de San Gogui où réside notre guide, Giovana. Elle nous a montrés le met typique de l'Équateur, le cochon d'Inde rôti. Il me semble que ça fait pas beaucoup de viande. En plus ça se vend …
Aujourd'hui, nous allons visiter Banos et les environs. Nous commençons par nous rendre aux bains thermaux. Ils sont situés aux pieds d'une superbe chute que l'on voit de notre chambre. Par contre, les bains, ce n'est pas comme les spas d'ici! Il s'agit d'une grande piscine avec plusieurs sections, un peu comme on voyait en Islande. Mais ici l'eau …
... there so we wouldn't have seen much. We did take a spontaneous 2.5 hour hike up one of the mountains to reach the top where there is a swing they call the swing at the end of the world. It's basically just a tree perched on the cliff side that they have built a small tree house and swing on. For 50cents you can swing over the edge with a massive drop below you. Quinn thought he would be ...
... for taking tourists back to town. With a couple of bench seats in the back it's perfect for bikes and us, and thankfully much easier than riding. As we still had a few hours left of the afternoon we came to the conclusion that we needed more exercise so we went for a hike up to the Virgin Mary statue overlooking the town. We took a steep dirt track to the statue and decided from there to take an even steeper dirt track to the ridge above to see the volcano. We had heard stories ...
... the agency, got replaced rather quickly so that we all met up at the top looking out into what was said to be a breathtaking view. However, because of the weather we were in the middle of clouds and only saw a white wall in front of us. Nevertheless the rumblings of the volcano were clearly audible which made it worth the while. And driving donuts into the muddy ground made it worth the while for the boys as well. Once we got back to town we were all pretty ...