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Ingapirca: Incas in Ecuador

Just a two-hour bus ride away from Cuenca is one of the northern-most stops on the Inca trail.  The site is called Ingapirca, which is Quechua for “Inca wall”.  904 more words


Day Trip to the Inca Ruins of Ecuador

We took a day trip from Cuenca through some beautiful countryside to Ingapirca, a town in Cañar Province, Ecuador which is named after an Inca archeological site just outside the town.   228 more words

Two Faces of Travel: Aggravation - and - Anticipation

This week I paid for a few hours of Spanish language tutoring and I really enjoyed the conversation. It was a great time to voice my frustrations, ask my questions and learn. 791 more words

Come Tour Cuenca With Me

Santa Ana de Los Cuatro Rios de Cuenca – simply known as Cuenca – was founded by the Spaniards on April 12, 1557 but it isn’t the first city to be founded on this location. 434 more words

Tena to Macas to Riobamba to Cuenca

I arrived yesterday in Cuenca at about 4:00 a.m. after a long and difficult bus ride of almost 17 hours from Tena through Macas and… 516 more words

South America

Witnessing aid first-hand along the Incan Trail in Canari, Ecuador

Several months ago, the managing director of El Nomad told a Canari woman who lives along the Incan Trail that he would make her a sign. 472 more words