Las Palmeras Inn
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... not disappoint. Caieta Smith, where were you? Apple pie with ice cream to die for and no doubt the highlight of the trip (not even ashamed to say). In the afternoon I made a quick trip to Parque Condor where you can get pretty close to rescued birds of prey. That night was spent drinking in an 80’s bar with a couple of fellow travellers.
Later that night Liz and Stephen arrived ready for our hike around Cuichocha lake. Beautiful weather and beautiful ...
... of the people in this area speak Quichua as their first language, not Spanish. I ended buying a cucumber, onion, pepper, and tomato but the equivalent of $0.60. Now that is my type of inexpensive dinner. I found salad dressing at a supermarket and that cost more than the veggies, but it will last more than one meal. It was interesting as we walked around to see numerous men wearing their hair long. The women also had ...
... with numerous fast food chains and other restaurants including Tony Roma's. I'm not sure I've seen this restaurant anywhere else in South America and I saw two just on the drive to the hotel. We also passed through some really big malls that seemed to have many brand named shops in it. When we arrived at the hotel, we were unloading our bags and this guy came to help us. We thought he was from the hotel but said we were fine. We then had our regular ...
... 5 days by the time we arrived in Quito (he'd joined it in Santiago, Chile - and we thought our journey was epic!). Unfortunately Ken had shared his cold with Jayna by this time, so the bus journey passed in a world of sore throats and snotty tissues. Yuck.
Quito is the capital of Ecuador. It's large, and somewhat sprawling. It's not easy or safe to navigate or walk around the city by yourself, nor is everything contained within just a few blocks, ...
... our way through a residential area that borders a swamp like body of water, that is the home to some small birds, and the path winds us through past the Finch Bay Resort, a high end place that charges $10 a head to use their pool and facilities. About 15 minutes into our walk, I am starting to think that we are on the wrong path, and then we come upon a wooden gate, with a conservation guy standing at it, and he insures us that we are indeed going the right way, ...