BEST WESTERN PREMIER Cplaza Hotel
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... yellows, browns and greens all mingling together in jagged shapes, creeping up the hillsides at impossible angles. Terraces were stepped into the hillsides at various points, a vast array of colours and shapes showing the variety of crops being produced. Clouds cast patchy shadows on the fields below as they moved across the cornflower sky. The road wound and twisted through the scenery, while locals in traditional dress herded sheep along its edges. Children ...
... been partly cloudy all day. Today is officially the first day of our 80 day trip and we started it with the hotel's buffet breakfast. All the usual suspects were there croissants muesli, fruit, meats and cheeses and pizza! There were also a couple of Ecuadorian corn based snacks that tasted very nice even though we were not quite sure what was in them. Quito is set at 2850m above sea level, and you are warned to take it easy on your first day to avoid suffering from ...
... around, all the way to the Plaza de Indepencia, where we saw the last instants of the change of guards and walked on the 7 crosses street and went in a beautiful church. Finally, we headead back to south Quito to have lunch and our orientation with VCE and UBECI. Back at home we met the rest of the volunteers, and had a great dinner. ...
... for the evening. We were finding Quito a little difficult.
On Friday 1st May, we did indeed hunker down for the day in our apartment. We enjoyed the use of the kitchenette and managed to make the coffee less bad. We also spoke to the guy managing the apartment and found out that the pigeon was called Chalita, and she was his 'mascota'. We organised transport to get to the airport for very early the next day.
Next stop - the Galapagos!
Day three of raining. This morning gave me hope as it was only a drizzle but it was crushed in a downpour.
After the last day of orientation lectures, I went to two music stores that Yvette found with her and Evelyn. One was rather disappointing. The other wasn't bad, but a bit overpriced in my opinion.
After we finished, I went back home to drop of my stuff and go to the festival that Camella was a part of for a ...