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... d lost one of my water bottles on the long descent down and ran out of water on the hill. Getting quite dehydrated - sat at the side of the road having a rest when Cristiano stopped - asked for water which he gave me - guzzled lots of it - then he said he was unsure whether I'd make it to camp before dark or not. Said he would wait for me at the top of the hill and see how long it took me to get there. After the water though a new burst of energy to get ...
... 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 ...
... I took a lot of pictures of my teacher, Mery, and the students. They are a great group. Back on the bus to the site. The weather here is so changeable. It goes from hot to cold in a matter of minutes. The sun is very strong. We saw many llamas and alpacas at the site. One of the guys from Norway (he reminds me of Jeff) was trying to get a selfie with the alpaca. It didn't work. The guide spoke in Spanish the entire time. She ...
... this week. And what am I going to do, say no?)
Meanwhile, Toby is taking a hot shower, Tavish is doing math homework and I am listening to Frank Sinatra on the CD player while I spread out all the purses I bought this week out on my bed, and try to figure out which ones are mine and which ones are gifts.
(Today I said, out loud but to myself, "How many bags can one person buy?"
... soup! The stall had a very large pot full of vegetables and 4 whole chickens boiling away, probably from early morning! It was delicious, hot and very warming on that damp evening! We then headed to a pastry shop for a coffee and some cookies before calling it a night!
A little town 3 kms away from Otavalo called Peguche boasted a waterfall and artisans' workshops where a lot of the weaving is done, so we decided to do the walk. It was not ...