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... Greg was wearing a red t-shirt matching the Cuenca colours. We walked to the the stadium and saw the fervent home crowd arrive with drums and flaming torches. The stadium held just over 20,000 and quickly filled up with home and away fans. Cuenca were playing Emelec, a team from Quito. Now I'm not a football expert but even I could tell both teams were a bit ****... especially Cuenca despite the loyal fan base. At times, it felt like they weren't even trying. ...
... place in the Galapagos!
San Cristobal Island Day 2
Today was ...
... the sides of the road are too steep. If the water makes the soil too heavy it must slide. It is just a matter of time and you need to be lucky not to get hit. I wonder if I might better have taken the other road but later we hear that the situation there is even worse. We are planning to drive from Macas to Riobamba, through the national park, then to Baños (another Baños) and Puyo. We are close to the Amazone area. We want to visit some rainforest and ...
... that come here have some basic knowledge of Spanish already as the teacher starts speaking to us in Spanish. Our blank expressions tell her that this is going to be harder than she first thought! We start with numbers, this takes a while as we learn numbers up to a thousand and then a million. I seriously doubt we'll ever need to say a million in Spanish, unless we win the lottery, but you never know. We then move on to basic verbs, learning ...
... the nunio’s portion by mistake (the children’s meal) and it was more than enough.)
I went out for a light supper. When I returned David was packing up to leave. We said our goodbyes and then he turned and said goodbye to Sophie – a 21 year old, who had just finished CEJEP (sounds like I’ve spelled it - a grade 13 or University Prep) in Quebec and was traveling South America on her own until University in the Fall) They had just met but ...