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... atmosphere. The rainforest is not a city park with a parking and a ticket booth at the entrance. Spending two extra days around Macas will keep us off the road and give us the chance to gather some more information about the landslides. Although continuous rain might aggravate the situation and it may be better to get out of this area before it gets worse. But how realistic is it to escape the rain in the Amazon rainforest? Maybe we should have hired a caravan in ...
... xopa?" means What's up?
It is almost time for us to leave so I will have to tell you all about my 3 days in Bogotá, Colombia and time in Ecuador later! Now it is time to play some cards and say good bye to some good friends.
Thanks for reading, everyone. I promise the blog will be more gripping as we go along but for tonight I'll leave you all at the edge of your seats.
Hasta pronto! See you soon!
... school, and a couple called JJ and Cathy, from Hawaii, who co-incidently are staying in our building in the apartment opposite.
As we drove up to Ingapirca we would occasionally pull over and Sandra would swap cars and squeeze in the back with Kirsty and I to give us some commentary.
Before we visited Ingapirca we stopped by the side of the road and walked down to a market. Sandra advised that the market is every Saturday, and it's Ecuador's equivalent of ...
... of pseudo ice cream (really sugar on a cone) from a stand. As usual, everything for una dollara.
Towards the end of a trip, I generally take more "food risk", but with two weeks still to go, I have not entirely thrown caution to the wind. At one local eatery, I opted for chicken soup which was likely boiled to death and a safe bet. ...
Cuenca is where I've booked an intensive 6-day, 4 hours per day, one-on-one Spanish course at the Simon Bolivar school. I choose Cuenca mainly because the Lonely planet says it's a great place to learn Spanish and because it sounds like a lively city.
I stay for the first few nights in a hostel with Rafaela and Christine and then go to live for a week with an Ecuadorian family who host students from the school most weeks.
My family ...