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Travel Blogs from Quito
... and filling in an official police report about my missing stuff actually went a lot better than I thought it would have. I managed to explain to him what happened and he put it into a pretty paragraph for me. Thanks to travel insurance I should get a new phone in a couple of weeks but it's really no good to me at home. We went to the irish pub to watch some NFL and drown some sorrows. Got my first lesson in the game. Sorry if ...
... valuables to Spain (but some of it came back to build this church). It is beautiful and very golden inside and was very influential in converting many of the indigenous people to Catholicism. The Jesuits invited the people in during the daytime but closed all the windows and doors saying if our God can make it light then you will worship him. They left one hole in the top of the church and the ray of sunshine shone on all the gold in the church so ...
... are all sharing 2 rooms. Cate has an amazing skyline view from a
small bank of windows near her ceiling and at night lights outline the
mountains. All in all, we scored big time on the rooming situation.
you tell I am pretty stoked about my room?
Saturday we had a “Welcome/Goodbye” party to celebrate all the work the old PDs
have done and introduce us to the community members of the library. It ...
... breath away.
Feel so very fortunate to have seen it with my own eyes to have shared it with Raely. Traveling sure is a great way to learn and expand ones view in so many ways...thanks to all of you who shared the journey and sent wonderful energy of home to energize us on our way. Much love and light!!!
... dinner there rather than in Quito. We went to a nice little sushi place, where I tried sushi for the first time and admit that it was not nearly as bad as I always feared. The last day in Montaņita was punctured by group members leaving on buses to other destinations at various times, so it was a rather sad day! I left with less than half the group on a night bus back to Quito, a somewhat miserable experience. Back in Quito, I went to the black market with ...