Hosteria Septimo Paraiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... was growing on top of each other. The sun came out and all that green lifted my spirits. It was a two hour ride once we crossed the equator to arrive at the town of Mindo. I had met a women on my birthday in Baños de Agua Santa, that had been to Mindo and told me about the plethora of tropical birds, orchids and butterflies and of course if you were into extreme sports, it was a wild playground. So that's what put that place on the map for me. Glad I ...
... a safe Hawaiian pizza. It was a family owned and run place with a couple and their small daughter (approx 3-4 yrs) who was helping bang the pizza dough. Later we were picked up from our hostel and taken for a night walk. We saw lots of frogs, bugs and spiders but no mammals which is what we were really hoping to see. The tour guide was an Englishman who had bought the land. Thankfully it didn't rain as it had been raining a lot of the afternoon and during our bus ...
After quickly getting an ESTA sorted for flying into Miami (idiot), I had breakfast with Mum and Jon and then went through security where my ticket didn't scan (typical). After getting through and boarding, I was more nervous than anything. I looked out the window and it was really sunny and I knew I would really miss home. Then, a nice Jamaican man sat next to me and we chatted and I gave him a cherry drop. The films were NOT aces - they ...
... with a caiman (alligator) on a chain - strange but true. Quito's answer to christo redemptor lol but the views over town are pretty awesome. There is a higher spot you can go to by cablecar but trip advisor said views better here. We spotted a bus at the top so got back down to the old town - lonely planet and trip advisor got that wrong. Buses are crowded but only 25 cents no matter how far you go. Caught next one to new town where we walked up a very steep hill. It ...
... I think it was my favourite part of the day! I had a very relaxing last day in Quito. The only time I left the hostel was to go back to La Ronda for more chocolate covered strawberries in the evening. I won't miss wondering around the dodgy areas of Quito but I am really going to miss Ecuadorian chocolate! I've had a wonderful time exploring South America, I hope to come back some time to see more, but tomorrow I go to the USA - yay, an English speaking ...