Hostal La Orquidea
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... over both the new and old parts of the city. We then
wound our way back to our hotel via a bread shop and supermarket because we
only wanted something light for tea and we both were feeling a bit run down
because of the altitude. We ran into a Canadian couple we had met in Quito at
our hostel there and had a yak about what we had both been doing in the last
week while we sat in the hotel kitchen dining area.
... up! I`d thought it was open until 6pm on Saturdays. Instead, we went to a different Panama hat place nearby and Dave tried a few on before settling on one. After I`d paid for it the guy put it in a cloth bag shaped like a hat. I was very taken with it and had to take a photo of it!
On the way back to the hostel to dump our stuff, I suddenly remembered about food for our long bus journey to Banos tomorrow and the fact that we would have ...
... made it harder to finish what we ordered, though. But I wasn't complaining. No way. One day I asked to buy some popcorn to take with me and the old lady, she seemed confused, but she asked someone in the back, someone younger, and they sent her out with two whole bags. First she said fifty cents. Then she said a dollar. She didn't seem to know but that was okay, I paid the dollar anyway, because it was a lot of popcorn. It was really good.
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... http://www.casasanrafael.com/default.a spx) it is located in a great spot in the old part of town within easy walking distance of everything and very safe!! We were greater by a lovely young lady (who speaks very good English) and the owner, Rafael. We had booked through Booking.com, but I had also found a special deal on Trip Advisor (which was the better one). We worked it all out, were settled in our room, and off ...
... However, our speaker gave Correa credit for reducing poverty and making health care universal and primary schooling compulsory.
The whole time the professor was talking to us a political campaign – municipal elections are just around the corner – was setting off fireworks. It seemed a fitting backdrop for this discussion of a country that’s definitely, one way or the other, on the ...