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... that my iPad was with me, not on the boat!
Then back on the boat and quite quickly it was snorkel time, which I chose to miss as we have another session followed by a walk this afternoon and I felt this was going to be enough for me today. I am on holiday after all! My fellow travellers reported a good snorkelling time - masses of fish and a couple of reef sharks, but it was fairly rough like yesterday.
When they returned we joined Wilo on the top deck for ...
... Otavalo market - the most famous market in Equador for indiginous handicrafts. Along the way we made a quick stop at a beautiful view point. I'm actually pleasantly surprised at the landscape in Ecuador. I'm not sure what I had imagined, but it certainly wasn't as beautiful as the reality. After a few hours meandering around the market and a few purchases later, we made the 2.5hr journey back to Quito. Big day tomorrow. An an early start and then next stop, the ...
Jan 13th, 2015
To Anne From Grandpa Paul
Hi Anne, Grandpa took a bus tour to the equator today. Your Daddy was showing you last night while we were on skype what the equator is and where it is. He did a really good job as your Dad does. But I'll tell you again and then I will tell you some of the things I did today while standing on the equator.
Do you remember that the equator is an imaginary line around ...
... diabetic in the first place you probably don't have enough real problems to focus on anyway and it might be time to step out of the yoga studio and go for a walk. Besides this complete lack of interest in 1st world problems, from the debate between Vegan vs. Vegetarianism, what to do when your child starts swearing or 5 things you should do to clear your mind in the morning....by 2 months...things become simpler. Food cravings become home cooked ...
... of getting it out of his room. One of the ladies in our group picked the frog up and chased the French man across the whole lodge with the frog, possibly one of the funniest things I have ever seen. Our second day in the jungle we went for a 3 hour hike where we reached the equator line, through the mud, which I thoroughly enjoyed because I am a child, yet as I was with a group of older people I'm not sure they enjoyed it so much. On our last day in the jungle we visited ...