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... and is very closeted here. People won't go because they're afraid of being outed, never mind it's a mutually assured destruction because if someone outed you, they would also be outing themselves. Just sad to me that the culture here isn't as cohesive and accepting to their own as it is in the States.
We ended up doing a blind meet-up with some locals in Ibarra. We took a bus to the city and then a taxi to meet up. The couple we met up with drove us ...
... did not have our passports with us.
In the evening, we arranged for some washing to be done, orientated ourselves to a local supermarket, and stocked up on breakfast goodies for use in our kitchenette.
On Wednesday 29th, we eventually managed to get the cooker to work by enlisting the help of a chap in the building. Apparently the pan has to be on the ring, to complete the electronic circuit. This took a long time to figure out. We then ...
... as well as most travellers we have met, and the personal experiences Leon and I have had, 98% of that is fear mongering, and rhetoric, and yes, that goes for the Middle East as well, according to these new Nomadic friends of ours. So I guess the moral of the story today is peeps, get off your couch, and go have a look for yourselves, dive right in, the water is warm,the skies are blue, and man inherently, all want the same things out of life, " pura vita" ...
... br> I felt good in that I didn’t have any such thoughts and as they were cheering me on I thought it was a most ludicrous idea. A teenager! I have boundaries. She is just a young woman who wants to learn English.
I went back today for jugo with the intent to ask her if she wanted to show up early Friday, have lunch and tour around but had missed her.
Nonetheless Fabian, Arthur and I practiced our Spanish ...
In spite of being allowed at sleep in until 7, we woke up at 6 due to the various calls from the jungle. We packed our bags, hopeful that no creepy crawly things are trying to stow away, and headed for breakfast in the lodge. It was a beautiful sunny day, already warm and requiring fans, perfect for creating those last minute impressions. On our canoe ride out we saw two river turtles and their babies sitting on a log, a large cocoy (a type of heron and Daniel's namesake), a blue ...