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... the sign showing the information on route two, and it said it was a four hour hike, with difficulty level of high. It also surprised me to see the highest point on route two was 4,267m (14,000ft). No wonder I was so out of breath when I was climbing the mountain! I think that’s the highest I’ve ever hiked. It felt good to conquer it though.
I finished the hike and grabbed a bite to eat in ...
... an important set of Incan ruins at the bottom of the city, Pumapongo, so we walked down and had a look. They looked very similar to everything else we have seen so far, so we just took a few pics from the outside. We are lucky to have some nice people in the hostel and so on Wednesday morning Vicki, Alex (USA) and I took the free bikes out for a spin. It took us ages to find ones our size and with working brakes, eventually we did and ...
... to stories from Katie and Chris. I am looking forward to another exciting day in the Galapagos. CJ – The food here is amazing. I love experiencing the culture with my pallet too. I’m not even questioning what it is; I just eat it, and it’s delicious. Even their juices are amazing. There are more flavors than I can name. 60; After dinner, we were allowed to ...
... of Cuenca. We spent the whole day bathing in the spring water and Maria and Christina had a 3 hour spa treatment envolving two different kinds of mud, very hot and cold water and really hot steam. Sounds like torture but it was amazing...
Christmas was approaching and even though it feelt a bit odd to celebrate it in short sleeves without the family, we were determined to make the best of it. We bought some garlands and ornaments and the girls set out to decorate a ...
... to light a candle for him. So I walked along until I got to the shrine at the far end, before looking around for somewhere I could get a candle. I couldn’t see any anywhere, but then I noticed a doorway with people going in and out, so I went in too. I didn’t know the Spanish word for candle but thought I could mime lighting one and hopefully they’d understand. There was a nun standing behind some railings, but just as I waited to speak to her I noticed an open ...
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