Hacienda La Carriona
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... but instead a green coloured beer. I should have known better!
Embarrassed an in need of a bathroom we got off the tram with displeased looks, with me trying to apologise and luckily the stop we got off at was a main station and had a big shopping centre for me to fix myself up. Luckily I didn't get any on myself or Dave!
We had another wait for the next bus carrying on to Quitumbe. Neither of us had a watch or anything to show us the time unless ...
... couple on the sly, having hidden out of view behind a pillar, but I didn't have time to take any close-ups of anything. After looking round the church itself we went into a little room with a display of big heavy bells dated from 1926 and then into a little museum with a temporary display about the history of the Jesuits in Ecuador.
We had entered the church as soon as it opened at 09.30, and we were glad we had, because as we left we saw tour buses outside with ...
... of Ecuador is built on exporting #1 oil, #2 bananas, #3 shrimp! and #4 is tourism.
Gohagan hosted a welcome reception this evening. Enough food that it served as dinner!
A bit of rain this evening. I hope it clears for the trip to the equator tomorrow ... just 25km north of the city.
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... then headed up to see the statue of Mary on the hill (El Panecillo) overlooking the city centre. They were putting up other figures from the nativity around her. Had good views over the city and another party going on for some older residents of Quito. Headed back to hotel and grabbed lunch in La Mariscal at Plaza Foche, including the biggest piece of chocolate cake ever that mum and I shared. Making plans for next few days then headed out to find ...
HIGHLIGHTS FROM WEEK 6 in Ecuador
Tuesday October 1st, 2013
I had such a long day! After another theory and philosophy filled Ecuador Seminar
class, I had a two-hour break before I had to return to school to watch a
documentary called “Under Rich Earth” – a film about the struggle against
mining in the region of Intag in Ecuador (to prepare us for our Intag field