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... clue as to what she looks like. She found me though, so that worked out. She kind of reminds me of Marie, actually.
She owns her own business here, Skull Donuts, so lives on bakerīs hours. I was amazed she was as awake as she was. We had a lovely time chatting until Jake showed up with his friend Rosie. They play rugby together. We stayed at Bandidoīs until closing ...
... I was in a third world country. They'd never allow a public place to get so dirty in the U.S. But the people were so happy. There are a lot of stray dogs here. One came to the park. They loved it and once I told them that I didn't like dogs they picked it up and insisted that I pet it. On the way back we decided to go explore the town. A drunk man tried to talk to me and they grabbed my arm and made sure that he didn't do anything. We went to ...
... from shells.
Both these items did not take up any space in my carry on luggage.
These were ideal for hiking, in & out of the water. Durable. Protected my toes. Comfortable. Dried quickly. I packed one pair of flip flops that are made from a yoga mat. Comfy! Small to pack. Great to put on for a short walk to a restaurant.
Best Tip is to be open to the journey.
The other day, I was pretty beat. I was still tired from Cotopaxi and didn't sleep much the night before and then it rained most of the day so I didn't do much besides relax and eat some food. Laura, my Colombian/Ecuadorian friend (who understands more English than I understand Spanish but refuses to speak in English), was having a birthday party and I was invited. I was so tired that ...
... to represent the equator line was in fact incorrect and the equator actually lies 240 metres North! So, off I went in search of the equator and discovered another attraction just behind the Mitad del Mundo. Here, they showed us the history of the Incans, artifacts, traditional huts and shrunken heads. They also showed us various experiments such as water swirling in different directions down a sink when you crossed the equator which, ...