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... lazy all afternoon, much like a hangover) and variety of flora and fauna you can see what brought Darwin and his dudes here. I have some wonderful vids and pics that perfectly reflect my experiences. Scuba diving was a highlight, though it ****** up my ears like Tyson. I chased Turtles like Shredder, and at one point was literally engulfed by Sea Lions as they curiously nibbled at my fins and Enrique. The video of this is insane, easily the best I have.
... 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 cuisine usually comprising lentils, quinoa, rice, tree tomatoes and huge slabs of 'homegrown' pork and their chucks, spiced with herbs grown ...
... hotel in the border with nothing around. I was still positive as I was thinking about going back to Colombia if I had to pay for an VISA extension. I felt just sad because I knew David was already in Quito as he flew to there from Medellin. The next day, I decided to try again the douane and guess what??? I dealt with another guy who only warned me for the next time in Colombia but let me go to Ecuador, stamp my passport and wish me a very good trip. ...
... I went in for a SECOND just so I wasn't the only chicken in the canoe (sorry dad...no crocodiles got me though). We went back to the lodge after that and got ready for a night hike to find snakes and spiders. I found out that plan and quickly opted out since I was anxious enough about snakes and spiders during the day time. I went on the canoe ride though to see the stars and hung out with Franklin the driver while the rest hiked. He told me his life story and then I spotted ...
... The parents go to different markets certain days of the week where they're busier so the children we were with today are generally from parents who have permanent stalls in the market. For the last two days a little girl name Cynthia has clung to me and her mom runs a little stall that sells meat, so Cynthia spends the majority of her time there. She's such a sweet little girl with a huge personality, but her front four teeth - and I am assuming the majority ...