Hostal La Orquidea
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is 4rivers going through the town), and discovered the archeological park with many birds inside. We did the tour which was nice because of the view and the quality of the landscaping. There is also Belgium waffles so added pleasure at the end of the stroll. Lol.
On the weekend, we went out to a popular place here called "sociedad", also renamed by locals, "souciedad" which mean dirty. We had a good time there, I miss to dance here in Ecuador. ...
... a few dollars into Peruvian Nuevo Sol. I managed to find a place but they only had a 100 sol note ($35 / £22) which I took, but it wasn't going to help me with my 2 sol motortaxi when arriving in Mancora in the early hours tomorrow. Heading back to the hostel I hung out in the cafe for a few hours, collecting a bit of small change in case I could use dollars in Mancora and then headed off to the bus terminal. It was time to say goodbye to another country, and hello to ...
... the back window by just looking over the heads of all the other passengers), I decided to a) stop playing full court and really just stick to one end of the court; and b) start fouling people and blocking shots like crazy. Anytime anyone came near that basket, I swatted it down like I was Godzilla. And if I couldn't swat it, I fouled them hard and dared them to call it against a GIRL. My stat line from the game: 2 points, at least 10 fouls, and I'm ...
... authentic" kind of places. And you could tell it was authentic because of all the places that cut hair for, like, a dollar, and all the teenagers who were always hanging out down by the river smoking and necking and smashing beer bottles. It looked pretty fun, and not touristy at all. And there was this awesome tower on an island in the middle of the river, with a cool spiral staircase, and an elevator, but the elevator didn't work, so we had to walk up, but you could see our ...
... town called Cuenca. Declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1999, the city holds beautiful colonial buildings, manicured parks, and grand churches. Very clean and modern, it is no wonder why many foreigners choose the city to retire. A beautiful, crystal clear river flows through the city. We went for a run in one of the cities fitness parks, which held outdoor exercise classes and a running track. The city was organized and clean, and its people were friendly. We spend time in ...