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... from the locals whose average height seemed to be around 5'2. I must have looked like a giant pasty blonde alien at 5'8! New things I've eaten : 1. Yuca : similar to plantain and tastes a bit like parsnip 2. Emolliente : a medicinal drink which can be adapted depending on your ailment, made from pure aloe vera, various fruit juices, herbs and aniseed added. The texture is double the thickness of honey but it doesn't taste sweet. My blood ...
... capped mountains, active volcanoes, pristine jungles, cloud forests, Andean plateaus, countless indigenous groups, colonial cities, and just about every kind of activity you can imagine. And of course, no list of attractions in Ecuador would be complete without the legendary Galapagos Islands. Just bring sunblock and know that in the Andes you may very well experience all four seasons in one day!
... as what I had in Bolivia. When it arrived they each got a quarter on a plate along with toasted corn, some sort of boiled corn, tomato and onion salsa, potato in some sort of sauce, some tomato and lettuce. They also brought me out a plate and we thought that it was included in the $25 we'd paid for our meal, so I accepted. It was tasty but somewhat hard to get the meat off the bones. Of course, once ...
... we had a hard time recognizing the city; stalls and chaos were gone from all streets except the main square, as well as most of the tourists who just did a hit and run of a day. But I would say that it was worth staying here a little longer: everybody is really very nice and kind, and the surroundings of Otavalo are beautiful. We also had time to make a trip of a couple of hours to a small reserve of birds of prey a few miles away: thanks to a joint Ecuadorian - German ...
... 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 ...
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