Hosteria Septimo Paraiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at the lodge the night. The hummingbirds alone made it worth the while. Chris was being a little camera greedy, but did get some fantastic pics.
We went for an afternoon hike to a Lek which is home to a rare species of bird called 'Cock of the rock', where we sat in a hide for almost 3 hours waiting and watching as the males put on a fair display, similar to that of the birds of paradise. Quite possibly one of the hardest animals to ...
... first with help from a birding guide and the second we found ourselves. We got back to the hotel after 8 o'clock just as the rain was starting to set in for the day. We had a lovely breakfast again and and chilled out watching the hummingbirds from our balcony. When the rain stopped we spotted two more toucans from our balcony so ran down the road to check them out. There is a guy that has a nice jungle type back garden that has bird feeders and ...
... our exploration of Mindo . We visited a butterfly farm about two kilometers from our hotel. Due to time restrictions we decided to take a cab instead of walk. To enter the farm was $6 , the taxi $3 for there and back. The farm itself was tranquil. Fluttering wings, a burst of color as butterflies spread their wings around us. There were at least a dozen varieties circling, one the very familiar monarch. We then taxied to Tarabita, were we hiked ...
We arrived back into Quito after our 'highlights of Ecuador' tour. Dropped our bags at the hotel then headed to visit the Equator - the middle of Earth.
The Equator sits in the middle of a museum, we paid $4 USD and got a guided tour of the museum.
It was awesome and very educational, an interactive museum you would call it.We learnt more about the Amazon Jungle, it's plants and creatures, plus ...
... Americanised to cater to all the tourists that seem to be from there. However after 10 minute boat trip on the local bus and then a 5 min ferry crossing all my fears were dismissed. The local bus had been around the block quite a few times and we drove most of the way with the doors open. The ferries were old and wooden with a bench seat down either side. The luggage was thrown on the roof and we all joked about the boat sinking from the weight ...