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We awoke to the sound of the door bell ringing on the outside gate, and right away I could hear the fabulous sound of familiar voices, our friends have arrived, also safe and sound. It was great to see them as always, and we decide to try and catch a couple of more hours sleep, before our breakfast is served at 8ish, as the city is still sound asleep at this point. We wake up for the second time, and make our way into the dining area for a ...
... to be enjoyable even when exerting ourselves!
Beautiful warm, friendly people, lots of families out today. Lovely to see.
The climb to the top of the Basilica was, to say the least, breathtaking. And then, not only do you climb about 180 stairs, when you get to the top, there is the option of climbing a (scary!) ladder to the roof. We did. Holy ...
... it is part of the Ecological Reserve "Cotacachi Cayapas". For the indigenous people this mountain is a woman whose full name is: Maria Isabel Nieves Cotacachi. There are many legends regarding her love with the “taita” Imbabura. The climb to its top is of medium difficulty, compound mainly of rock and in its final part of rock and snow. It is an active volcano although there is ...
... to each other in a reasonably small plantation but overlooking breath-taking forested hills. The houses are made from breeze blocks and corrugated iron following a rare government grant to build them.
Whilst the accommodation was pretty basic (in fact it consisted of a chicken shed without heat or light for Dave - sorry!), the generosity of this family and the people of Pucara and Irubi knew no bounds. We were gorged with traditional Ecuadorian ...
... on the equator. We walked around for a while taking photos before stopping for lunch at a small place overlooking the plaza. There was a dance competition going on at the time and there was a guy from Ecuador up against a guy from Venezuela and another from Colombia. It was quite funny to watch the guys humiliate themselves on stage and in the end the Venezuelan won, or though we are not sure what he won. Our next stop was the actual equator about 300m away ...