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... hour and we arrived shortly after the cable car started running. The journey up in the cable car took about ten minutes, sometimes close to the ground, sometimes high above it. Cable cars always seem to defy gravity to me, they look like they should fall off the cable. Kirsty warned me against swinging the car by moving around in it! The view on the way up was impressive. Pretty much all of Quito can be seen. ...
... in a hour, but the system kept leaving pins on the ground when it as supposed to take them all, and it swept up those extra pins. It was fun anyway! I had a blast at the two spectacular malls!
Biking. If you didn’t hear that, let me repeat. Biking. That is what today was about. Now I can try to give a colorful story of what happened, how many miles we biked, all that, but you have to know, this was NOT my favorite excursion. Anyway, let's go! We woke ...
Well, I was supposed to go to Parque Metropolitano with Chris and Taryn. However, the cab I hailed took me completely to the wrong place. I was more than a little irrationally frusterated and just went home.
At least I was able to work on my stuff for school. ...
... post for about a week. On the boat, there is no Internet.
On Sunday, we went to the equator, which was a mind-blowing experience. I thought it was just a cool place to go, but it was much more than that. We got to see some amazing physics in action, which certainly would have seemed magical to pre-science populations.
To get there, we hired a car and driver for about 5 hours - $75 including tip - and had three stops to see/do ...
... is considered to be the world's highest active volcano.
Currently driving back to Quito and saw many llamas in the local fields.
Checked into our hotel in Quito for our last night of our adventure. 8 of us rode an aerial car up to the top of the mountain. It is called the Teleferico. It starts at 10,226 ft.above sea level and goes up to 12,943 ft. Know wonder we were short of breath up there, and it was so much colder!! We really ...