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... mountains and even the Andes. We took the cable car down the other side which was a quick ride past the zoo to the bottom. We returned to collect our bags and made our way to the airport on the bus which was so cheap compared to our taxi ride the day we arrived.
The flight to Quito was incredibly bumpy and at times I felt quite anxious as to if we would make it, we were again on the back row though which in sure didn't help. We caught a taxi to ...
... I don't remember not being able to breathe other than the normal effort of climbing a mountain with a heavy pack on. Anyways, somehow I managed to talk myself through climbing from the parking lot at 4500 meters to the refuge at 4864 meters on a zigzag/switchback trail of lava ash. The air is cold and the dense clouds are constantly moving and the wind is blowing. I just kept thinking one foot in front of the other at a time. Stop for a moment, catch your breath ...
... the best part DESSERT! As you have guessed...fried banana with nuts, raisins and vodka! It was amazing!
The night life in Quito was also pretty crazy, on the Wednesday we headed for Bungalow 6 for ladies night! All girls drink FREE from 8-10pm, at 10pm they ring a bell and let all the men who have been waiting outside in! Absolutely nuts! Great fun.
On Friday we headed for Mindo, a little town 2 hours west of Quito. We found our hostel that we had ...
... should do the same as there was a possibility governments could work together and we may be allowed on the helicopter. Possibility is better than nothing so Hotel Quito car park it is!
Either way, with Quito sitting on a deadly quake fault and surrounded by volcanoes that haven't had any release in over fifty years...life is far from boring!
If I survive I promise to get back to some regular posts :)
... t-shirts, hats and general souvenirs. We saw a few things we liked but obviously didnīt want to carry it round for the next 7 months! Itīs also known to be a little more expensive there than at other markets.
We returned to Quito the following day feeling more confident on the buses because we knew where we were going and where to get off (except Tony got us off the bus too early in Quito so he then had to navigate our way back to ...