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... we understood why it was so expensive. Quito is trapped between the mountains at just over 2,800 meters making the city very long and narrow, hence our long taxi ride to the other end of the city. Today just doesn't seem to be our day as the hostel we knew of was full, as was the one they told us to try. We kept walking up and down hills around the area and were lucky enough to find a great place called Huasi Lodge. It has only been open for a few weeks so ...
... at a hostel overlooking a beautiful crater lake. We will be back in the city on Monday! Aside from some altitude headaches and Colombia losing the World Cup game today, everyone is well and spirits are high. What a wonderful group of young women we have with ...
... stinky turkey), a kingfisher, and a woodpecker.
- A paddle-canoe trip (which we paddled for), during which we saw a red capped cardinal, a stinky turkey, a tiger Herron, squirrel monkeys, small toucans, and a paiche (biggest fresh water fish in the world, can be up to 3m) which rocked our boat from underneath!
- A couple of daytime motorised-canoe rides along the river (partly for animal-watching but also just to get to where we needed ...
... We had a tub of water sitting on the line, pulled the plug and it drained out without creating a whirlpool, draining straight down. We shifted the tub to the left so it was in the Southern Hemisphere, pulled the plug and the water created a whirlpool going clockwise. Shifting the tub across the Equator into the Northern Hemisphere and the water drained anticlockwise. Amazing.We were able to stand in both ...
... on ramp.
It was so eerie once we got back on 95. It was empty. No cars. They had shut it down completely! I am so glad we got off at Quantico!
Our plans to park at the Pentagon were no longer possible. Jeff drove as fast as the weather would allow. Then, finally a break. We got all green lights through Crystal City. But the next blow will be painful. The daily parking was full. We had no choice but to park in the hourly lot. It is $360 that wasn't ...