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... as we went from town to town and cable car to cable car. Because the river is so low in the valley it's perfect for zip lines and there are a number of companies offering rides over the river. We stopped at a few to take photos but as the speed on the cables seemed to be restricted, Chris lost interest in having a go. At the town of Rio Verde we went for a hike down hill to check out yet another waterfall, but as we got closer we decided we didn't really feel the need to pay to see ...
... to the "end of the world" swing which is just a massive swing on the edge of hill. We got a lift there from our hostel owner Marcelo, only to be greeted by a short hill climb in the mud. Not the ideal terrain for pluggers. It was pretty overcast but it was pretty cool. After a some what graceful decent back to the car we headed back to our hostel. That night, Marcelo was out the front of the rooms waving and pointing to the hills. We looked ...
... it was the story of the dog Hatchiko. Known as one of the worst tearjerkers in the history of film I soon found myself balling my eyes out on a public bus in Ecuador. I have to say I have had better moments ;) I eventually arrived in Riobamba at around 4:30 pm, which meant just enough time to catch a taxi to the other bus terminal, get some money and some dinner to go before hopping onto the local bus to Baños. Then finally on the bus to Baños, I was able ...
... and it was bucketing down we decided to pull up and figure out what the hell we were doing. We decided to wait for a bus to come past and see if we could get our bikes in the luggage compartments underneath. Before a bus came a couple of Aussie lads we had had a quick chat to on the way rode past, stopped and then road back to us. They were in the same boat, not sure wether to keep going to get a lift back to Banos, they decided to tag a long with us and before long a bus ...
... from Canada who were also on the way to Cotopaxi. None in our group knew exactly how to reach our destination. A truck honked his horn and slowed beside us. He said he could take us to the park and help find a guide. We piled in. Arriving at the entrance to the park we negotiated a price of $10 a person for a guide and $25 for the four of us for transport up the mountain. We were asked if we had clothes for weather that was O degrees. Most of us did not. ...