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... 9:00. When I arrived, they asked if I wanted the earlier flight. Having been told that the Cartagena airport was small, I figured it would be better to have the extra hour in Bogata. The flight from Cartagena to Bogota was uneventful. When I arrived I grabbed some lunch and then had to go through customs to be stamped out of Columbia. After going through the hassle of paying the reprococity fee to get into Columbia, ...
Today is the last day for Madi and Megan in Ecuador. I was originally going to make lunch, but that didnīt quite end up working out so Iīll be making breakfast tomorrow. I went with Phillip and one of his covolunteers to climb Pichincha.
That was not a fun climb. Beautiful, but I was having issues getting enough oxygen and I frankly didnīt pack some things I shouldīve. Like a coat and gloves. Really shouldīve brought ...
... enjoyed the visit. They don't have a full time doctor here so they force students to come here for a year as part of their degree course. I lapped up the numerous pills she gave me and by afternoon was ahead feeling better. By evening I risked a visit to the local bar for its official opening night - exciting! Although only drinking water, I was still a little embarrassed when the doctor arrived in for the celebrations too. It seemed the whole village was ...
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I bought my Wide Brimmed Tilley hat in 2004 for a month in Costa Rica. It was invaluable in Ecuador because the sun at the equator is INTENSE! It was also incredibly useful at Tortuga Bay where I rented an ocean kayak. I put my cell phone in the 'lid pocket'. Perfect! I would paddle. Stop. Pull my hat down hanging on ...
... in the museum, so I will have to Google some images and see if I can find any of the interior. The house was designed by Guayasamin's brother and it was a very lovely building. I loved the wood ceiling, the exposed support beams and the alabaster walls. I could have done without all of the religious artwork, but he was quite the collector in addition to being an artist himself. He had some truly wonderful pieces. Of course, ...