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... at the main plaza I went I. Search of post cards, gambling on the post office which paid off - even if it was $3 a (giant) stamp to post each postcard home. I love my family... The bill is on it's way :-) That done we spent about 10 minutes exploring the old cathedral, opposite the new cathedral and now a museum ($2) and then headed back to the hostel for a bit. In the afternoon I ventured out and initially failed, but then in Millennium Plaza (shopping centre/ mall) I bought ...
... peaked in Chile and haven't developed at the rate that we hoped. We've met countless backpackers who claim to not speak spanish who are practically fluent in comparison to us. It can be pretty disheartening at times. As the cats kept a sick Tash company, I ventured out to satisfy my chicken craving, only to have further complications with the language barrier. Ordering food hasn't been a problem for ...
... so it all worked out for the best!
Then we went out to Cajas National Park, a long taxi ride waaay up into the mountains where the air was super-thin (we were panting like a dog in the park, ha ha). But the scenery was, of course, amazing! And it only rained a little bit. Lunch was really authentic - fish and rice, and served really cold, which I think is the original method. Tasted really gross, and the hot chocolate tasted like lukewarm dishwater, but sooo ...
... for a ride unless you held on to the barnacles of the rocks. We felt a bit like Spider-man at times grabbing onto the rocks to navigate around as the current pushed us along. Often, we held on to the barnacles tightly while the current pushed our legs straight out behind us. Consequently, we had to wear gloves both to protect the environment and ourselves from the sharp rocks. The diving was intense because you were constantly challenged by not only the current, but also by ...
... However, our speaker gave Correa credit for reducing poverty and making health care universal and primary schooling compulsory.
The whole time the professor was talking to us a political campaign – municipal elections are just around the corner – was setting off fireworks. It seemed a fitting backdrop for this discussion of a country that’s definitely, one way or the other, on the ...
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