BEST WESTERN PREMIER Cplaza Hotel
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... ia church with all it's decorative gold. We thought about going into the presidential palace but there was a que so we carried on. The streets of the historical centre is filled with people selling everything, whatever you need you can get for a dollar on the street. Having seen as much of the historical centre as we could it was time to make our way to the the area of La Marisca. At the park on the border of the two areas we came across the Casa de la Cultura ...
... watching tower to the beautifully clear sky.
- A visit to the local Siona community, where we:
- Watched a poison dart pipe demonstration, and then some of us had a go at it (I killed the cacao bean monkey first go!).
- Watched the preparation by a local woman of a Yuca tortilla - including harvesting and skinning the yucas, and replanting the branch so more trees will grow, grating the yuca (we helped with this), wring drying the produce, ...
... what they thought they saw. Another 10 minutes gone.
As Morganne didn't have near the problems we did, so she was looking frantically for gate 14. For just a minute I couldn't find her. Then she came running down the corridor screaming there was no gate 14! It wasn't there!
Panic now consumed us all. Morganne stopped a passing flight attendant begging to know where gate 14 was. Turns out it was down a long hall and around a corner. We didn't have to ...
... my chicken, two grilled trout with rice and salad, two beers, two vodkas and an extremely large piece of chocolate fudge cake,came to $39. Amazing!
Tomorrow is Papillacta, bathing in hot springs, having massages and lounging around in jacuzzis. It's a hard life.....
... the Ecuadorean countryside reminded me of England or Ireland.
Typical Ecuadorean road directional and mileage signs near Otavalo.