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... the fish in a large bijou leaf before putting it on the fire to grill and then eating it with our hands. Andy also gets to help take live beetle larvae and skewer them for grilling. They taste like bacon when cooked, and although we aren't brave enough to taste them raw they seem like quite a treat to the four year old granddaughter who pops one in her mouth.
In the Galapagos we learn more about ...
Slept in a bit, but not as late as I usually do.
Had breakfast with Sandra and then went out with Maddie and Megan. Phillip would've come with us, but he wasn't feeling well. We went to get flowers and desserts (a cake for Sandra and some sweets for a dinner Maddie and Megan are going to tonight). We found the flowers and ...
... of late. On Saturday, Jude and I had a great walking tour of Quito, exploring plaza after plaza, church after church, and taking in all the street scenes. It's always nice to visit a place when the locals are going about their daily life, like shopping and hanging out on a Saturday in Quito (as long as the crowds aren't bad, which they weren't). Quito has an incredible architectual legacy from its colonial days under the Spanish. The Old City, ...
... join the conversation so Sandra and Camilla will talk and/or put on the television in the background. At least we made plans for Sunday to explore the city as tonight didn't work out for trivia. His new host family had plans and I really had no desire to go out into the city for a late night.
After dinner I worked on my Spanish homework, and attempted to make sense of the news before deciding to go to bed early so I am not rushing in the morning.
Leaving Otavalo by bus, we headed north to a town called Ibarra, about an hour away. Our purpose here was to take a train tour to a place called Salinas, 30 kms away, that was once a supplier of salt for export.
Arriving in Ibarra, we went directly to the train station to book our tickets. This is important because if there are not enough people booked, the train does not leave! Fortunately there were enough people ...