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... our taxi driver so we got him to drop us off at Plaza de la Independencia where we had lunch. Ordering was a very interesting experience as neither of us knew any Spanish and our waitress no English. From here we walked to the Palacio de Gobierno (The Presidential Palace) and went for a tour of the building which was extremely opulent. The presidential palace was very different to the living ...
Yesterday I arrived in Quito around 11pm and headed straight for the hotel. It was nice & chilly outside and my lungs could definitely tell that the altitude changed considerably from flat Florida. This morning, on the advice of fellow Trip Advisor travelers, I decided to head over to the Community Hostel in Old Town where I took advantage of the Ecuador Free Walking Tour. (Tips are appreciated and well earned by our guide today) I've ...
... to get out as fast as possible and walked the last couple of blocks to my hostel. I checked in, dropped my stuff and went to dinner with a couple of my new roommates. We ended up at the Irish pub in town that was hosting a pub quiz. Though we were in 2nd place at the halfway point we unfortunately didn't place high enough to win anything in the end. The next day I ran some errands with Tatjana (who had already been at the hostel two weeks ago) and ...
... Dave got himself two shirts with a pattern on the front.
After leaving the market we had a quick, very late lunch at a cafe - a humita, a sandwich each and a quimbolito (like a sweet version of a humita, but with an even more spongey texture). Then we jumped on the first bus we came across with the destination 'Cayambe' displayed on the front windscreen... the purpose of this being to get to the line of the Equator; this will be the subject of the next blog ...
... we could climb to). After some drinks and snacks on the beach in Puerto Lopez, we returned to Las Tunas for a fish dinner at a place a bit further up the beach.
The next day we went on a tour to Isla de la Plata ("the poor man's Galapagos"), which consisted of a 2+ hour walk on the island during which we saw dozens of blue footed boobies (very cute), 2 red footed boobies, and dozens of frigate birds incl many with their red puffed things out for courting. We ...
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