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... a group of four 14-year-old girls in school uniforms. Like most 14-year-olds just released from school, they had already put on their lipstick ready for the next encounter with the boys. We had a short conversation with the girls, whose English proved not to extend beyond the initial "Hello" and took a couple of photos.
Having checked on a couple of restaurants on the list we settled on the one that was billed as Spanish tapas. It turned out to be ...
... nice wooden and bronze doors. They have really nice buildings with dome tips which look incredible in the sun. We found a popular local place to get a cheap lunch before walking around a bit more. We dropped a small bag of laundry off to the washing place as we wanted to have clean clothes for the Galapagos, then we went to a computer internet shop to back up all our ...
... We also visited the decommissioned old 16th century church across the square which is now a museum. It was weird visiting inside the former church with its art and murals restored but not a church as such any more. Later in the afternoon we walked along the riverside and came upon an art gallery dedicated to goths and metallica itvwas mildly amusing, more a cafe charging entry to see the "art". We like Cuenca a lot, it is quirky in parts with an active university scene which ...
Sorry everyone we've fallen a little behind on the blogs but will get caught up over the next week or so, apologies for the overload... After the Galapagos we decided to go back to Quito for another day as we missed out on climbing to the top of a church. The next morning we went walking around the old town and found the Basilica del voto nacional, a lovely gothic church where we climbed to the top of the towers to see the views over the city and stand behind ...
... mountain. Frigates were swooping down to the water drink. They must be careful as to not saturate their wings with water. Their wings would be weighed down, too heavy to fly, for they lack the necessary oils to repel water. There were intermittent points when the fog would clear, so we could see the entire lake. We cluttered for a quick picture. Snorkeling and Shopping: NE – After a lunch of yellow fin tuna ...
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