Hostal La Orquidea

Presidente Borrero 931 y S. Bolivar, Cuenca, Ecuador | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Ecuador-A Slow Start, But Starting to Rally

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra

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... far. I don't know if it is because I am black, or freakishly tall for a woman, or clearly not Ecuadorian, or what, but I have not felt welcome here. Now I did expect some of this before I arrived; unlike Panama, I knew I would stick out a lot more, so I was prepared. But I am stared at in a non-friendly way on a regular basis, mostly by kids (I'll give them a break, kids stare at anything different, although one kid did ask me if I ...

Four Cities, Four Stories

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

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Guayaquil

Large crowds of casually outfitted weekenders stroll leisurely down the malecón, soaking in the atmosphere and the faintly salty smell of the river. The fast flowing water is littered with branches and foliage, messy evidence of watery violence further inland. The modern cleanliness of the malecón contrasts sharply with the wild dirtiness of the water below but is nicely set off by the mixture of palm trees and occasional tepid pools. Restless families amble ...

Day 94

A travel blog entry by destined2travel

... that I didn’t feel so bad (at least I know he made it)! We scope out the city bus tour and opt to take that tomorrow. We both need a pedicure and there is a place right across from our hotel. $8.00 great deal (or so we think)!! We grab our sandals and walk back. Our first clue should have been the lack of proper chairs… the second should have been the instruments on the floor. Amber went first and the girl certainly worked on ...

Railroading Our Way South

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell

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... Most of the 12 kilometres was blasted through rock walls.

A misty day which obscured our view, but leant the scene a pleasant mystical quality. At Sibambe, the end of the line for us, we were met by dancers, and horse and llama owners offering the chance to be photographed sitting upon their animals for $1. It was tough, but I resisted. A small museum offered ...

Still in Cuenca!

A travel blog entry by lairsho

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We've been living in our little apartment for over two weeks now and are enjoying our pretend resident experiment. What do we like about Cuenca? The city is more organized and modern than many we have visited over the past five months. The streets, in the old town anyway, are all marked, and it's generally easy to find our way around. Across the river in the new part of town, almost none of the streets are marked. While Jerry has visited a dentist a couple of times, I ...

     

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