Yarina Eco Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... account. It was very challenging as pretty much no one spoke english and I wasted the entire day with no success. I decided that I would be more nice to tourists who come to New Zealand without knowing much English after experiencing how hard is to learn another language and how much of an idiot you feel when you canīt understand anyone.
I went home for the evening rather frustrated but we had a sweet free dinner of empanadas at the travellers inn which made me feel better.
What an amazing time I had today (once again)!! We went on a tour to the beautiful Quilotoa lagoon. We left really early and headed to the cute food and animal market of Bugili; it was a really nice little town! Afterwards we kept on going through beautiful mountains (we even saw the "ecuadorian machu pitchu") and stopped at a very typical and aboriginal house! It was so tiny (one ...
... my bag. I opened the lock and they went through the suitcase. Here is the funny thing about it all. I had accidentally left my flight neck pillow in that bag. I got to retrieve it! I had already bought another but now Frank's neck is saved as well! We have two hour flight to Lima and then all things being equal we will head to LA at1:15 am. Looking forward to home sweet ...
... of our group might have skipped the hike to the falls, but we all pretty much had the attitude of "we can't get any more wet, so let's do it." It was actually a nice hike, and not strenuous, which was nice given that we were all still struggling a bit with the altitude. By the time we walked back out of the forest, the rain had stopped, and by the time we reached the bus, the sun was starting to come out. Sunshine Sally had been right!
... the Andes, north of Quito. At the time we visited, the town was practically a building site as they were renovating several of the streets. Still, one could imagine it's charm. We went on a walk through the cloud forest to visit the various cascadas (waterfalls), Al went for a swim in one of the rock pools, and we visited a chocolate farm (did you know that chocolate originates from Ecuador?). The most memorable activity ...