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... had decent music. The other had beer spilled all over the floor. My nice and clean jeans are no longer clean. In addition to formerly being clean, my formerly skin-tight jeans are no officially baggy on me. Nice to know that I'm getting back to my high school/early college weight and build, but slightly irritating none-the-less. Not like I really budgeted for clothes. That's what belts are for, I suppose.
Grabbed a water and stuck around the club for ...
... where I am standing at the time) is a $15.00, one half hour taxi ride from the south terminal.
After it dawns on me that I am far from the terminal to Banos I come to believe that I have missed getting off the bus and indicate this to a taxi driver who has been saying "No go Banos." (he is dressed in suit and tie) that I missed the terminal having slept. I do this by tilting my head to one side and resting my cheek on hands clasped as though praying. ...
... she is there and when there are, it's a shifty man speaking Russian.
The owner is quite nice to us at least. Jess, Yvette and Emma ordered beers and I kept them company. I was potentially going to meet up with someone I'd started talking to but it didn't pan out. Just as well. Had fun talking with them until I headed home. Wanted to get home before it was too dark. Worked on my lesson plan a bit and had a slightly early night.
... here. There are many contentious issues under consideration around who is responsible for the preservation process and how to make it sustainable, and of course using the tourism dollar to advantage and educate the Galapaogoeans. I guess this is an issue faced all around the world, not just here, but it is very sobering nevertheless when one compares the extreme wealth of many of the visitors here to the locals who seem to live what seems to me to be a pretty 'no frills', casual ...
Dave was feeling better this morning so he could enjoy the rest of the Amazon trip. We travelled for an hour in the boat this morning to a small village where a local woman showed us how she makes some bread out of a potato like vegetable which was very interesting. She also showed us what she does when her children misbehave and it involved hitting them on the hand with a bush that's like the nettles at home ...