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... 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 ...
... popular variety though last night a Christmas carol was included in the playlist.
Panama hats do not come from Panama! They come from Cuenca and have been produced here as far back as the mid-16th century. (They became known as Panama hats because early exports were routed through Panama.) The hats are made from the spines palm leaves found along the coastal region. The spines are ...
... meal was followed by a wonderful night at La Juliana, a really classy latin club full of locals and complete with live band. We enjoyed another great evening of crossover and danced until closing. Marcel very kindly offered to be our guide for the next day, and showed us round the historical centre. Thanks to him, we'll always have fond memories of Quito that go beyond just visiting a city.
After an eventful night ...
... I was struck by the cold when I stepped outside, so I fetched my Bolivian coat from the hostel before finding somewhere for dinner. I had a steak that turned out to be really thin, but also very wide and tasty. It came with rice, (naturally; this is Ecuador, after all...) and some chips and salad.
I was incredibly tired by now, so after dinner I went back to the hostel and read for a while before falling asleep in my hammock.
... or by a better literal understanding 'arms' of bananas on the roof or on trailers. On the plants the hands/arms are protected in large pale blue polythene sacks - to protect from insects and birds.
The roads were good quality all the way to Cuenca, with dual carriage way roads on the plains and three lane roads generally in the mountains. During the one hour fast drive across these fertile plains the Andes mountains came closer and closer, and ...
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