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... I bought, only two worked in English. Might see if I can pick up another one or two, but if not, my students are watching Mulan or Corpse Bride today.
After I purchased the pizza, I didn't have time to get another movie or two, so I went to class. We watched Corpse Bride. Next time, give them a worksheet or something to focus on, have them pay in advance, and choose the movie in advance and hopefully the day will go smoother.
At least they all ...
... there was a class full of kids with no supervision. At least we got our teaching done and out of the way.
I tried my first taste of Ecuadorian chain food for lunch. El Espanol is a sandwich chain I've seen around Quito. I had a "traditional" sandwich. Was actually pretty good! A little pricey considering how cheap I can get lunch, but it was very filling.
We held our afternoon classes in a "conference room" in the ...
... beer, and right now it's just what we need after a great afternoon. It always seems quicker going back, and before long we were string up to an exceptionally big, tall wooden bar, with a couple of frosty beers in our hands, in the shade, sweet relief. We decide to stop at another swimming spot along the way back, and run right back into Darren and Sandy again, so we sit and chat for a while longer, before we hop on the water taxi back to town. We are now ...
... by pirates, whalers etc; and the impact of various layers of activities / settlement on the animal life.
As I have mentioned before, there has been a big impact on the 'native' species by domestic / feral animals in particular rats, goats, cars and dogs, to say nothing of the use of turtles for oil and food (sailors liked them because they could go for ages without water and food and then provide fresh meat - they are more transportable than goats), sea lions for their ...
... control which is strange and a problem as we only had photocopies of our passport as that's all we were told we'd need. The soldier on the desk was not being very helpful but reluctantly let us pass. Apparently it's incase people smuggle into the country through the Amazon. The bus kept stopping and we finally arrived in Quito at 11:30pm. We got to our hostel and told them we ...