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C'est le coeur gros et la larme à l'oeil que nous quittons les îles Galapagos aujourd'hui. Trois semaines magiques, trois semaines de découvertes, trois semaines de vraies vacances.
Nous sommes dans le taxi qui nous emmène à l'aéroport. Les larmes me viennent aux yeux. C'est une grande tristesse qui m'habite, parce que, c'est paradoxal, j …
Le plan était de prendre l'autobus (25 cents), le Metrobus (25 cents), et l'autobus plus confortable (2,50$) pour arriver 3 heures et demi plus tard à Mindo, une magnifique forêt "dans les nuages" (comment dit-on en français "cloud-forest" ?).
La 1ière heure d'autobus durant l'heure de pointe matinale nous a quelque peu découragés. Un …
... stone two lane road but we made it. Quito sits at the top of a hill/valley. Our hotel, the Hilton Colon, was very modern and our room had a great view of the city and nearby Cotopaxi volcano. We arrived with only 10 minutes to spare before our tour briefing at 5pm, from which we headed out to buy some more sunscreen. The streets were busy as December 6 is the 100 year celebration of Quito and the party apparently lasts all week. There was live music in ...
... weezer. What is it with my trip and Weezer constantly being mentioned, its weird. Maybe i should go to one of their gigs and see if something magical happens or something. Ecuadorian taxi drivers are pretty crazy, because we had 5 in the car he was tellin us to duck down when the police are nearby because if he gets caught he will get 5 days in jail. He is willing to risk that to make $8 on a taxi!!! Did you know there was 2 equators? Neither did i but there is and ...
... The Quito area is surrounded by mountains including as many as 10 volcanoes, and we got a good view of some of them on the walk.
We met Diego at 5:00 for the daily tour of their ancient Inca tunnel which had been excavated by himself and local labor. Diego was very proud of his home’s history and artifacts and showed us some of the findings which were on display in the hacienda. He wanted us to walk down to the ...