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... of the main show, Otavalo's huge open-air market. Every street is filled with stalls selling jewellery, llama jumpers, ponchos, instruments, veg, fruit, anything and everything. My thinking is that I won't buy anything much because I'm at the beginning of my trip, I don't want to carry extra stuff around and I can probably get lots of stuff cheaper in Peru and Bolivia anyway. 2 scarves, 3 pairs ...
... proved otherwise! It is. 3. Narancuja juice 4. Guava from the paramo 5. I haven't tried guinea pig. Yet. Coolest things about being on the equator/educational factoids : 1. The moon looks as though it's upside down and smiles (or frowns) at you.o I am yet to discover why. If anyone knows, please care to share 2. You can place an egg on the end of a nail and it doesn't fall off 3. It goes dark at the same time every day, 365 days a year (around ...
... worn in a braid. I then grabbed a bite to eat before hitting the sack as I was planning yet another early morning. The next morning I got up early for breakfast and then made my way to the market to buy yet another bunch of souvenirs. I quickly found the majority of things I was looking for - a couple of scarfs, a poncho, the traditional Ecuadorean hat and last but not least some jewellery. I found a tiny stall that had some very interesting looking ...
... two dangling chickens, and an older man herding baby ducks a la 'Make Way for Ducklings.' Street vendors hawked fat, live worms as a cure all from ailments such as joint pain and weight loss. We took a break for lunch at Oraibi, a vegetarian restaurant with a quiet patio in which to watch the market unfold. I ate a salad with lettuce, tomato, avocado, carrots, and zapote. Abby had quinoa soup and a capresse salad. The food ...
... much of the projects to be funded. Even though much of the country appears to be somewhat poor by American standards, you get the feeling that this is a country within a decade or two of a big boom. Papallacta is famous for its hot springs or thermal pools and trout fishing. There are several spas to choose from. While we didn't go into any of them you can tell this is a tourist town. It's full of small restaurants and ...
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