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Didn't sleep well last night and got up too late to call Dzia Dzia this morning. Well, I called but they had already left for the viewing. ...They've changed the answering machine message. Per Aunt Joyce's recorded request, I didn't leave a message.
Funeral's tomorrow. No way to physically make it as the cheapest airfare is still at least $2500.
Might be able to view from wifi. Apparently the church has it. Hopefully it's decent.
We did have a hiccup first thing though. The class we were supposed to teach was taking an exam (like our SAT I think) so we were rescheduled for the early afternoon. Turns out not even ten minutes after I'm informed of this (before Jess arrived) we are told there is a class in the same age group who is free. And she wasn't kidding. When Jess arrived and we went to the classroom, there wasn't a teacher present. That surprised ...
... the way. As luck would have it again, we run right into Darren and Sandy, so are able to return their snorkel gear, and get confirmation that we are heading up the right path, and we are. It's an easy trek after our cool swim, and before we new it we came out to the clearing,that looked back onto town, and beyond, it was as beautiful as the rest of this place. After some pics, we started to head back the way we came, with plans to stop at a small place along the path ...
... even on the equator when the Humbolt current rolls North from the Antarctic in winter, the water temperature can be 5 degrees and the air temp can be 15; the formation on the Galápagos Islands from the volcanic activity at the edge of the tectonic plate and their subduction under the coast of South America as they move eastward; the first people to find the islands which were probably the Incas who were apparently quite seagoing and then Europeans who spread the word and the islands ...
... head 2 hours along a winding road to the town where we'd be dropped off at the bus station and make our own way back. We got to the bus station at 1pm and booked a bus for what we thought was the next one to Quito at 3:30pm. We found out after we'd bought the ticket that another company had one at 2pm so a little wait in the bus station was required! An hour into our journey there ...