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... We arrived just as the last bus for Quito was about to leave. Good timing, since we were told six was the last bus. We did not want to spend the night.
Everyone was out somewhere when I got home so I grabbed some food an called it a day. Will go back next weekend perhaps to actually do my shopping. Easier to sight see with someone else since you can split the cost of taxis so I can“t complain with how this turned out.
... to Otavalo which took 3 hours (with two toilet stops). After parking, our guide marched us through the markets up to Plaza Bolivar, giving us a feel for what there was to see. We were then given 1 hour 45 minutes to shop. There were lots of colourful things we could buy but it was all too early in our trip really. We visited the large Catholic church in the Plaza Bolivar and then wandered around the ...
... de la Independencia, also called Plaza Grande. It is surrounded by the cathedral, a hotel, the government palace and shops. We found a place to have some lunch and then proceeded to explore part of the old town. We wanted to visit the Government Palace but were told we needed our passports or a photocopy of it so we added that to the list for tomorrow. We stopped at one church for a quick look on our way to the Society of Jesus Church that is about a block ...
... are bicycle lanes here. Similar to Toronto, it's the only way to get around downtown quickly.
The scenery on the way to Mariscal Sucre Aeropuerto International was stunning. We missed it when we came this way the other night at 2am. The sheer cliffs, foliage of deep green and architecture. I noticed many unique pedestrian bridges joining communities that larger roads ripped apart.
Arrival at airport included a special pre-check area for travellers ...
... in 1999 with a few puffs of smoke and ash over the city. Quito is not the biggest city. It is second in size to the port city of Guayaquil which has a xpopulation of nearly three million and is a large port city. We head out after Brekkie to sightsee the city - remember the other day we visited the Equator? Well that was just where the equator crosses and today we stop at the equator again but the difference is this one is the actual centre of the earth 0 degree ...