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Saying goodbye was very hard. I didn't want to leave the beautiful place. Something very interesting happened on the northern tip of Isabela Island--the Wolf volcano erupted. We would have been sleeping when we passed this part of Isabela Island. If we would have been awake, we would have seen the eruption. I think that is so cool. ...
... Freddy scouted some white people to give directions to the main market (again - no habla espanol). It was gone 1pm at this point so the first port of call was a couple of burritos in a very tourist friendly restaurant. Re-fueled and looking gringo we hit the colourful streets of the market which had all the generically Ecuadorian souvenirs any alpaca wool loving tourist could ever want. We tested our haggling skills and got ...
We caught a taxi back to the hostel. We thought about going back to the club, but we didn't want to spend the money so we decided to have a night in. We picked up a 2 liter of coke and some local sugar cane liquor that Nick likes. We ended up watching a few episodes of Stargate and chatted until we fell asleep. Nick had thought that he would have to listen with headphones, but I enjoy the show well enough. He's gone through two seasons while he's been down here. ...
... some rice and prawn dishes and wait to inhale it. Leeshs meal comes out and we both start eating it as we await mine. Time is ticking away, so I go down and ask for mine to be take away and we quickly rush out and jump on the bus with a minute to spare. The bus is slowly off and 'Cliffhanger' is played on the tv in Spanish. We both fall asleep and wake up to a street parade in one of the towns along the way. Not sure if it was starting or finishing or what it was for, but it ...
... experience even though the Andean Condors and other South American birds weren't the stars of the show, like we'd expected them to be when we paid our $5 entry fee.
Afterwards we walked the three miles down the mountain into town and in the middle of it, I had one of those moments that I call, in my head, a "Naked and Afraid" moment.
(A "Naked and Afraid" moment goes like this: something happens that ...