Fuente de Piedra 1
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- Saturday, May 24- plane and quito
- The flight time is surprisingly short to Quito - 2 hours to Miami and then 3.5 hours from there. What killed me was the 5 hour layover in the middle! I arrived to the airport, blew through customs and passport control, hopped in a cab and got stuck in crazy traffic! It took about …
... well and the position is more or less exactly what I'd thought it would be. I was worried about how to get to each of the markets but we meet at the organizations office each day to go together and the office is less than two minutes from the home stay so that made me a lot more comfortable! I'm usually pretty independent but it's intimidating being in a 'highly unsafe' country and not knowing the language well! The family has been away at ...
... an orangey woodpecker at the top of a tree that everyone got really excited about. It had a long name, as do they all, but orangey woodpecker will have to suffice!
However, back at the centre after lunch I managed to photograph some Blue Winged ...
... the meal (chicken and pasta?). I had a mango for dessert, which I can say is miles above any fruit I've ever eaten. There's definitely something to be said for eating tropical produce in the tropics. You don't get anything fresher. Sure, I've had fresh apples and tomatoes before, but that's temperate climate stuff. Anyway, I'm so, so tired. Hope you enjoy the photos. (The dog I'm holding is theirs, btw.)
... and faster, and the third one was very fast. We wore special gloves so we could slow ourselves down manually by putting our hands on the line.
Here's a short video of Jonathan ziplining in Mindo: