Hosteria Septimo Paraiso
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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... Isabel (sister-in-law), Martin (nephew) and I headed to Parque Guapulo to explore. Wednesday, Martin is turning six and every day leading up to it we have been doing a lil' something special for him. This park was beautifully kept with a pond, viewpoint, greenery and Martin's favourite thing: a playground with a zipline. After the first few dozen times, I lost count of how many times we whizzed along the cable (and the endless giggles that resulted!). On the way home ...
... our hostel room enjoying the sound of the river and a few rounds of crib. We did a little research on bird watching and inquired at a few places around town. The town was void of tourists so there were no groups going. Not enticed by the quality of the bird tours we settled for going to the butterfly farm the next day. That evening we grabbed a cheap and cheerful pizza, enjoyed the evening entertainment and called it an early night. The next morning after ...
... an evening arrival to Cuenca, the Spanish colonial city and third largest in Ecuador. Feeling brave I ordered a Hawaiian pizza and ate half of it. This proved to be a bad idea as later that night I was to see it again. The Bristol stool chart was registering a firm 7 and things weren't looking pretty. It had been like this since the previous evening when in my sunstroke state I cleverly opted to hire one of their beach cottages for the night for the royal sum of ...
... line or the centre of the world. We loved it here and cracked ourselves up trying to do as many ridiculous poses as we could think of over the equator line. We really enjoyed being at such a cool monument in the world. We headed to the old town to check out some of the historic buildings, only to find a huge protest was in full swing with thousands of local police and riot police present. Unfortunately they had blocked the entire old city so we ...
... him again.
Although, having tea with him made me late for Spanish.This morning definitely involved a lot of running around. At least I was able to schedule two "group" classes a week with Yvette.
After Spanish, I had a leisurely walk to the ME building of CEC (where we had most of orientation). Covered a fair amount of things I already knew, but it was nice to see the other staff and meet people. After the ...