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My journey started on the 1st May in Quito. In reality I arrived stupidly tired on the 30th, jetlagged as all hell, after a plane with no entertainment (sob - no house of cards). I got to the bloody nice Community hostel, feeling like I was on crack after a transfer from a lovely lady with whom my four words of Spanish did not take me far (note to self: commence crash course espanol and smiling always works). I ...
... adopt the U.S. dollar as their official currency, which they use to this day. In the months following the debt default, inflation was running around 2,000 percent and converting the currency seemed the only way to stop the hemorrhaging. As it turns out, however, the country's small elite had advance warning of the switchover, which was announced with no warning to the general public. Those people had time to convert their money at free-market ...
... we felt much better today than yesterday so head off for a quick walk there. We purchase our tickets from the booth for $8 each and head back to the hotel. The hotel staff inform us of the 1200 check out and allowed us to put our bags into storage after explaining we would be leaving around 2130-2200 tonight. We dropped our bags into storage and head off to go find a hoodie for Leesh, as the place we are going to after the Amazon, Banos, is much cooler than ...
... house looking for wolf spiders and those caterpillars with two glowing headlights on their rumps that sound like a cartoon character, but they are real. We stop to admire the full moon, and to nab the friendly orange kitten and smuggle him into our house, where we all pile onto the big pillowed loveseat and watch a movie on the computer while the fire crackles.
Most of the time the wi-fi blows out before the movie ends, or ...
... bartering or just browsing. An interesting scene! Then the rain came, and we headed back to the hotel.
The rain lasted most of the afternoon, but rather than stay in the room, we donned our jackets, Fern her poncho, and headed back out. The stalls were being taken down, the goods packed up and probably put away until the following Saturday when it all gets underway again! We wandered around a bit, then sat down at a stall for a bowl ...
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