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In prep for the rents visit, I went to Otavalo for the weekend to grab some welcome/belated bday prezzies at Poncho Plaza – crafts market. Having arrived at the crack of dawn it was a strange ambiance strolling the huge market alone.. meaning that ever vendor was harassing me to make a purchase. After a bus-breakfast of warm butter biscottis (famous from Cayambe) we passed the animal market which I had planned to visit. After seeing the bundling of chickens, cuy etc. ...
... stopped for a bathroom break. The tour leaders said they were having some troubles with the gears on the truck so they worked on that while the group had lunch. We then finished the drop ice to Otavalo. After checking into the hostel, we first decided to go to the artesian markets as this was the main reason for visiting this town. The market is biggest on Saturday but it was still quite big when we arrived, with it being located ...
... with silver wings. The statue on top of Cerro Panecillo is based on this painting. We then continued to walk around and explore the city. The old colonial buildings are everywhere in the old part of the city, encasing narrow streets that need police officers to help guide the traffic despite there being traffic lights. We then went to visit one more church. I should really pay more attention to the names of each of the churches we are visiting but there are ...
... Cruz and is very proud of his home he calls Paradise. Our ferry across to Santa Cruz island is 5 minutes.
On to another bus and because we are late our schedule is changing. We will go to the Darwin Centre and the Giant Turtle Breeding Centre now instead of tomorrow.
Along the way we learns about the climates of the Galapagos, the rules of being here and how it is a paradise.
Ommmm I'm never leaving.
Ommmm I can't believe I'm ...
... we were at our guides house and all having lunch - a four story place perched on a cliff side suburb overlooking Quito. Potato soup, bread, cheese, guacamole and fresh fruit!!! Yum. To finish the meal Carlos's band played music for us!! Stopping at a Iglesias La Basilica - the oldest church in Quito - the traditional gargoyles commonly found on other churches have been replaced by the animals found on the Galapagos Islands - tortoise, crocodiles, albatross. One more ...
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