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Very nice hostel, staff are so helpful and friendly. Clean, hot water, nice garden, would use again.
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Getting the hang of the buses. Not as crowded today (Saturday) we are 15 hours behind you. Caught 4 in all today. Went to la Mitad del Mundo (Middle of the world) or the equator, where we could stand in the northern and Southern Hemispheres at the same time. I'll try to send you a pic. It was a long trip - two buses and we arrived in middle of a …
... of the switch have apparently been justified and the economy has been rising with a decrease in poverty and increase in funding for education and health care.
After tasting a few local sweets (not great) the tour ended and we met an Irish couple, Ricky & Maria en route to a view point to catch a bus to the equator line - mitad del mundo (the middle of the world). We waited for a bus with little success and shared the hour long taxi and realised we had a ...
... in the park After checking into the Hilton for the night before our Galapagos tour we heard a lot of noise. Went out to investigate and heard a lot of police whistles. Normally you avoid areas were riot police are but it looked to interesting. They blocked off an entire road and held off public transport for a rally about wages. Even with half the police force next to us felt pretty unsafe so didn't linger long. The trip to the atm on the way back to the hostel felt like ...
Today we went to Old Town Quito for a walking tour to learn more about the people, culture and their way of life. Our first stop was a the National Basilica. The interesting thing about this church is instead of the ugly gargoyles typically found on churches like this their "gargoyles" are turtles, iguanas, condors and dolphins. These represent the Galapagos Islands. We ...
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