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... dangerous. In order to get down the mountain there are 2 switchbacks (zig-zags) where the train goes backwards onto another line so it can then go forward. At times, as I looked out of the window, I could see nothing below us – the edge of the train was out over the ravine!!! A tad scary. The local tribe, whose land we were on, performed a few dances in traditional costumes. Lovely to watch.
Rest of the day was more driving; zig-zagging up ...
... here do not count on an early night or lie-in without decent ear plugs! Having developed my first serious stomach issue I spent the rest of the evening chatting with Phil and chilling in the room. With the stomach pains pretty much putting me out (I'm sure this is a new life threatening disease that the world has yet to find a cure for....) I didn't bother waiting for the music to end and instead used exhaustion to pass out and get a bit of rest. The next day, feeling a ...
... I am like a six year old on these tours and I just want to get to the fun parts and take pictures) and the garden has over 600 different flora and plants on the property. Lots of interesting legends about the property (including an ill fated love story), lots of pretty flowers, and some homemade hooch that they make on the property (which almost took out my windpipe and had me knocked out on the ...
Non siamo venuti fino a qui solo per comprare un paio di cappelli di paglia, ma poco ci manca. D'altro canto, sarebbe stato stupido andarcene senza prima aver messo le mani su una delle splendide creazioni che sono il vanto della città in cui siamo: i cappelli di Panama. No, non ci siamo magicamente teletrasportati in America Centrale, siamo ancora in Ecuador e più precisamente nella splendida città coloniale di Cuenca. Strano come un nome possa essere ...
... the one green and white bus! Despite what
the bible says, Terminal Terrestre has buses every 15 mins, but only found this
Cajas National Park is about an hour west of Cuenca through
some pretty lush scenery, ascending up to about 400m. The park is famous for
its lakes and paramo, really diverse plantlife including fairytale forests,
bogs, dramatic rock faces and low cloud. In fact, it was raining when we
arrived and ...