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... wonderful things, such as which plants to use for anaesthetic, grating foods and halucinagetic drugs. We saw an old trap for hunting. Rode on a swing like Tarzan and attempted to climb a tree with our feet tied together. It was amazing to get in and amongst it all, I think the track was well trodden but wasn't cleared out too much like it would be back home. We were often taken off the track to other weird and wonderful places. ...
... next door 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 ...
A trek up part of Cotopaxi Volcano today. It was organised by our hostel and although absolutely exhausting, it was well worth it.
A minibus took us and three others to a parking area already up part of the mountain. We'd stopped at the entrance to the National Park; at the café I bought a cup of coca tea because I was starting to feel unwell due to altitude sickness. It helped a bit, thank goodness.
The first part of the trek was OK, if tiring. It had ...
... time for lunch. Good old subway it was. Then it was on to visit downtown Quito. Today was the official farewell/send off for Ecuador's football team for the World Cup so there we're people and policia everywhere. It was really good walking through and seeing all the different architecture, activities going on etc. We also went inside the church that is known in Ecuador as the 'Gold Church'. quite literally everything in the church is covered in ...
... to sell, but they keep hidden so you never see them. There are tours of the church and apparently a lot of the art work is fairly morbid and dates similar to that of the renaissance so considering my favorite renaissance artist is Dante Caravaggio whose art is generally pretty morbid I'm interested to see the inside of this church!! I need to get a good sleep tonight because the altitude sickness has made me so constantly tired so buenos notches ...