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... this involved changing buses near the border, another hassle on top of immigration. The women basically ignored my follow on questions so i went and said bye to Phil and waked around stewing for 10 minutes at my schoolboy error. In the end I went back and argues enough in Spanglish that they advertised direct hut it wasn't and I wanted to cancel (cancelar - not too hard to say) my ticket with a refund (reembolso - not as easy to pronounce) and luckily in the end the women ...
... have dinner, we had a walk around the main plaza and flower market. It was a very busy little town especially just after 5pm. The traffic was chaotic, every street was backed up with cars at a standstill. The shops and cafes were also full of locals. We went in search of a Spanish Tapas restaurant that had good reviews. The wine was good but the food was mediocre. A Spaniard would never dream of putting Cheddar on a meat and cheese platter.
There was a posting when I first arrived in Ecuador for people who might be interested in giving a guest lecture at the University of Cuenca in their field of professional expertise. I decided to submit a proposal--I always like to assume that I am no dumber than anyone else, right? The only thing rambling about in my head for months has been my irregular Spanish verbs (anyone know the past perfect conjugation of haber), so I ...
... sweet landlord picks me up and hauls all of my stuff to my new home. It's a nice small apartment, but it is a bit far from El Centro, which is where everything is. My apartment is like most of Cuenca and really Ecuador--the people kind of keep to themselves, there is the near constant sounds of dogs barking (there are a LOT of stray dogs here) or horns honking, or car alarms going off (which people refer to as the Ecuadorian ...
... bus ride to Riobamba and then 7 hours on to Cuenca, unfortunately the bus from Riobamba was full and we had to sit and wait at the bus station for about 5 hours before leaving so it was really late when we arrived in Cuenca. The next day was a Sunday and so pretty much everything was closed, it looks a lovely city but we didn't get to see much of it and struggled to find places to eat. Cuenca was our final stop in Ecuador.... another country down, bring on ...