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... Within 2 feet or even less! It was I incredible! Nothing like it! I started to take pics and then went to video so I will upload videos so you can really see them! You can hear voices in most of the videos - our naturalist, Christopher can be heard in some of them. There is much to share but my phone is low and wifi is only in one place on the ship and no outlets. I will just do the best I can, so check back ...
... means we may have to return one day.
From Quito we headed for the capital of Colombia Bogota. Sorry we are about 2 weeks behind still as we left Ecuador the 23rd/24th April. Our Colombian blog will follow shortly.
Chat soon and hope you are all well!!
Liam and Lina ( which has been my name in SA as they don’t understand Una as a name because in Spanish it means ‘a’.)
... something. (More on this later.)
He has a degree in Geography with possibly a minor in Environmental Science. He had an internship in Spain for a year (hence the Spanish) and would have stayed had the Spanish economy not tanked during the 2008 – 9 financial meltdown. He returned to Britain and took a job determining the most suitable location for a wind farm off the coast of south? England. He very well described a process which took 4.5 years to ...
... for leaving tomorrow and watch a movie in bed. We have a long day of travel tomorrow to Cuenca, so hitting the hay is a priority. Best moment: getting to the treehouse swing. What a crazy 3hour achievement. Worst moment: when It felt like we couldn't get any bloody higher, the inclines kept going. I mean, how much higher can a fureaking mountain get!? Banana moment: too many... Thinking we were lost, laughing at people wearing bathing caps until we realised we had to wear the same ones ...
... glad to have had the experience, anyway. Just as we are ready to make our way back to the lodge for some down time, as well as dinner, the clouds part, and the Amazon christens us with the rain that one so often hears about, when there is reference made to the rainforest. However, Camillo is on top of things, and sends the driver of the boat, to retrieve our ponchos, to make for more of a comfy ride back down the river, way to go dude! As we are leaving the lovely village, we are ...