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... us directly and over the following hours saw us cover up and de-robe numerous times with the changing weather conditions at 3000 metres. Its not that the weather changed so much but once we started walking and particularly up the hills you warmed up quickly and moved in and away from the cold wind. The walk weaved around the lake which is 180 metres deep and at various spots offered great views of its surroundings. Parts of ...
... and planning our trip to Columbia, tomorrow.
Yesterday, after our morning routines, we hung out a little before it was time to go catch a bus to Las Tolas. The first bus to southern Quito was an hour and a half. Then, we took a taxi to the northern bus station. After that, we took another bus to Las Tolas, but we realized five minutes later we were on the wrong bus!
We told the driver and his assistant that we need to go back because ...
... finding restaurants, when we got there, it was all locked up. It was pouring with rain, and no other restaurants were open, so the only place that we saw open was a kebab shop. This one had some indoor seats, so we ordered a combo platter each and sat in there. Surprisingly, the food was actually quite good and really cheap. We ran back to the hostel afterwards as it was still raining. We needed to pack up all of our stuff, as we were checking out the next day, ready to travel to Quito. ...
... a few dollars more to get a single rather than a dorm and ended up staying a single probably around 40% of the time. Getting Around: travel is extremely cheap and you may even want to consider flying between main cities as it will not cost much. Figure around $1 an hour for most journeys (some are slightly more as roads have improved and times have decreased the prices have not followed but even then it is extremely cheap). ...
... in that case, there really wasn't a translation problem going on.
Another situation that we have come across: Our friend goes to the Claro store in the new mall in Playas to see about getting a new phone. One of the workers proceeds to help her. While this worker is helping our friend, who speaks Spanish well, another customer approaches this worker. The worker stops helping our friend and helps this other customer -- not for a short time either, but for quite ...
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