Casa Izabella

34 Via El Quinche, Quito, Ecuador | B&B
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How am I supposed to teach without rubbers!

A travel blog entry by tamz.dinks.10

'This is ridiculous!'

I said to a staff room full of Americans, dumping my teaching materials on the table for dramatic effect.

'There are no rubbers in any of the classrooms! How am I supposed to teach without any rubbers?'

Now, it's quite a common occurrence at CEC for a teacher to come back from class with some sort of drama they need ...

Chillogallo dos

A travel blog entry by kendahlc

... rest - are black and have rotted to the point of being little stubs. I already knew I would have a hard time seeing kids whose health is poor but she still runs around with the biggest smile on her face so I'm doing my best to convince myself that if she is happy I should be happy too! It was also more of a relaxed day with a smaller group, we got to play the Spanish version of duck duck goose and then worked on learning colors, numbers and shapes. We ...


A travel blog entry by vclench


... and the city. This therefore requires you to take a 2 hour taxi ride through rush hour, crawling along at a snail's pace. You're grateful that your taxi is a fixed fare agreed in advance and arranged by the hostel! But it gives you the perfect opportunity to start putting into practice the Spanish you've been learning in Guatemala. The hostel is the first thing you like about the city. Called the 'Community Hostel' it lives up to its name. Run by volunteers, ...

Exploring Ecuador

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser


... ziplining, bungee jumping etc. anything that can make you wet your pants and have fun at the same time.

Adreline kicks have never really been my thing. For some reason though, I had a sudden urge to do as the Romans, or in this case tourists, do. First thing on Friday morning, I booked myself on a white water rafting expedition.

We were a group of seven, composed of Ecuadorians, Americans and me. After driving 45 minutes to ...

Collect Moments Not Things

A travel blog entry by damangela


... that will allow a comfortable life. Play it safe. Be complacent. To me, that’s not living. My style of parenting excludes conforming to societal demands. Don’t go to college just to rack up debt so you can become another cog in the wheel. I encourage my children to take the path of self discovery, a path that will ultimately lead to happiness. Hence, the importance of traveling. It fills life with ...


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