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... were hungry for lunch, but our guide, Edison had a special place in mind to show us first.
Edison brought us to a small park with few visitors, most of them locals. Through the cobblestone path and the tall eucalyptus trees we heard the roar of a distant waterfall. As we were lead closer, we could feel the air temperature drop, surely cooled by the mountain water. We climbed across rocks towards the thick mist that emanated from ...
Buenos Dias everyone!! We have chosen a very nice place to stay. The hot water bottles stayed hot all night and kept us warm… what a wonderful touch and very necessary! We have made arrangements for a taxi to come and take us to Agato, and Peguche to look at woven wall hangings. Our drivers name is Christian. The first place that he takes us is the Condor Park (parquecondor.org). They have quite a few different birds there including a Harris Hawk, a ...
... next visited a small weaving establishment where we learned how natural colours are made and used in weaving. A stunning wall hanging called to me I no longer could resist.
Lunch today was at the home of Martina Pupiales and Juan Carlos in the San Clemente community outside Otavalo. I would call the community a cooperative; families specialize in producing ...
... I picked up a very sweet Ecuadorian-American one dollar coin, in which the artisan had precisely removed the background behind the statue of liberty with a hand scroll saw.
Back in the big city of Quito, Ginenne transformed her Travellers to Hollywood hair with a visit to the salon at the Hilton. We followed that with a nice last dinner (as she flies back to Canada tmrw) then a ride home on the most crowded bus I've ever been on. This ...
... but read my book and enjoyed the scenery. Taxi to Hotel Coraza when we arrived, got to practice my Spanish checking in, nice big room with three double beds. Wandered around the town, lots of Christmas decorations, had a cocktail at a Mexican restaurant overlooking the square and then very good trout at a restaurant called Quino but rather slow so dad getting bit annoyed. Room a little noisy as on a main road but just stuck the earplugs in. After our breakfast the ...
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