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... once been a volcano whose top had caved in. A fifteen minute boat ride took us across to Baltra. A waiting airport shuttle took us to our last destination. Passing breezily through security our group made it to the gate of our plane. As we rose above the island the sea winked one slow good-bye. As we made our way into Quito hills of green tumbled to greet us. Houses began to spread before us like melting butter. We were met by a representative from ...
... hmmm). It was raining and chilly though so I opted not to swim. We went back to the lodge and had dinner and played cards until bedtime.
The next morning after breakfast, some bold capuchin monkeys came begging in the trees by the kitchen window and we threw them some bananas. After that we headed out in the canoe over to a hiking spot. They gave us rain boots for the hike since the trail is muddy...to say the least. We were told mud when in actuality we had ...
... ride from the airport to take the $2 local bus to the bus terminal and a $4 taxi ride to the hotel. I like that I am at the point in my travels where I can opt to do what the locals would do. I was a little nervous because I was trying this in a city I don't know and my Spanish is still a work in progress, but I felt confident that I knew where I was going, and everything turned out fine.
Met up with a friend I met ...
... us in on all the bus options up to Cali and told us to go for the less luxurious bus as apparently it was direct and therefore 3 hours quicker. We took the advice and began the torrid trip up over, around and through the Colombian jungles and mountains. We wound through tiny amazing villages and looked over kilometre deep gorges. At one point we passed a truck which had somehow managed to balance itself on the pathetic barrier on the edge of the road, im ...
... After about the hundredth interview I started to get bored. Without conscious thought I changed my questioning strategy. Being new in Quito and being dumped with the task of speaking to some of her most knowledgeable residents I found myself asking;
'So, tell me about your favorite place to eat in Quito.'
'Where is the cheapest place to buy fruit and vegetables in Quito?'
Or my most useful ...