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Today was mostly a very long travel day with an early start to the airport, where we were faced with a delay, meaning we arrived into Quito later than we had planned. On arrival, the immigration process was quite long-winded, joining three different queues to check passports, collect baggage and finally scan our bags and clear customs, so when we finally arrived at our hotel, we were weary and ready for some chilled out time. Our journey from ...
... the chiva and danced until the meeting point.
I said my good nights. It was almost two in the morning and I was tired. Edu was interested in dancing some more, and likely more given the rest of the night, but I wasn't so I as gracefully as I could figuratively bowed out and went home. Caught a taxi and made it home safely. Managed to haggle the second taxi down to two dollars instead of three, so I'll count that as a win too.
... I have to leave Emmelie in the departure hall. We hug and say goodbye. And hug and hug again. I manage to hold my tears. Only when I arrive at my hotel in Otavalo I will discover she has left her jacket with bankcard in my car. Emmelie is my daughter, that's for sure. I can't hold my tears anymore. Otavalo is the last place I want to stay before crossing the border. Emmelie has found a perfect little hotel for me, overlooking Otavalo. I want to ...
... birds such as nesting red-billed tropicbirds and swallow-tailed gulls, but most of all, we enjoyed the beautiful view from atop the steep banks and the large colony of Galapagos land iguanas Santa Fe pm We did a wet landing in Barrington Bay on the northeastern side of the island. Here we saw a Large numbers of sea lions on the beaches in the bay. After we went snorkelling and even though I had a few struggles with my snorkel gear, I got to spot some sea turtles, which ...
Today we met the other people in our group. We started at the San Francisca church built in 1604-1765. Will post pics of the inside. From there we went into the historic colonial part of the city in an area called San Roque. Be sure to look at the pics I will post. But this area is where the locals live and work. We went into the shops of local artisans like a woman who made doll clothes for baby Jesus figurines - baby doll size figurines and statues of Mary and the saints. ...
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