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... plane arrived on time. My transfer was waiting for me and brought me to the hotel. What a luxurious treat being at this fancy hotel. I had a king sized bed and sitting area. I haven't minded the camping, hostels, and low budget hotels but it is nice to be spoiled a bit every once in a while. I'm already looking forward to staying there after the Galapagos trip. We had our pre-departure meeting at 18:00. There were ...
... away party at the apartment. We had pizza and dancing. There was talk of a chiva, but we ended up staying in. Just as well, Phillip wsnīt feeling so hot and it was a good time. Danced a fair amount of salsa. Leo isnīt bad! Though Iīm not sure what was going on with him and Megan.
So, another pang of Rennie homesickness, we did a massage line.
Needless to say, it was a fun, exhausting and interesting evening.
... from the walls to the floor. I think that it's sort of underground. There's a small window that is across from the door that looks upon the alleyway next to my house. I have a wooden chest next to my full size bed. I have an old wooden desk and a green yard chair in my room. Next to my room is a room in which my 18 year old girl cousin, Anita, shares with my brothers. There are bunk beds in the room. They have a small TV. Clothes and shoes ...
... are perfect for emergencies whether you need clean hands or someone has seasickness and you can provide a clean wet towelette.
Refillable Water Bottle
There is enough plastic in the world and a refillable water bottle is reliable and better for the environment.
I purchased an experience. Priceless.
At Otavalo Market I purchased an exquisite ring & ...
... was giving us during the hour-long drive into central Quito. Most of the drive in was on a series of new highways -- including part of the PanAmerican Highway, which runs from Alaska to Chile -- which have been built and/or improved by the current president of Ecuador. He is a Socialist with somewhat pronounced anti-U.S. sentiments, but the signs of what appear to sincere efforts to better use the country's oil revenue ...