Flor de Oriente
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... a lot of thermal pools heated by the volcano south of the city. We walked around with Melissa and had some lunch before our horseback riding trip in the mountains. Of the 11 of us, only 3 of us had ridden before, including Nick and this was his second time. They put me on the lead horse and Nick on the stallion that was supposed to stay at the end. I was galloping up the mountain having the time of my ...
... through the Andes and becomes the Amazon.
It rains a lot here, and today was no different. I got soaked, not so much from the rain but by the Chiva driving through a waterfall. The Chiva is open sided and I was on the side of the waterfall!
First stop was a rock that was meant to look like Jesus Christ. I guess it kind of did, if you squinted your eyes.
Then we made our way to the first waterfalls, Manto De La Novia, which ...
... baths it was time to leave. However, I do like thermal baths....just simply because it is such a great natural phenomenon that is capitalised on. The baths could have their temperature changed just simply by opening a tap and allowing the super heated water in. And they got hot! The next day with my new french friend Thomás, we headed to San Augustin, which I had heard some very good things about. It is now famous for the archaeological sites that have been ...
... met Nathan and Maria (fellow Canadians) for a couple of drinks and he also shared the GoPro helmet videos from our rafting trip together, all were way too large to post on my blog but fantastic memories for me of an excellent day.
I went home for a nap and to pack up most of the kit I could, as I hate packing early in the morning. Afterward I met up with ...
... our cab driver our first time in Baeza when we went to Small World to pick up paddles (in Borja about 10 minutes away from Baeza). We then went to Gina's farm to pick up a boat for Tori and then to the put of the Borja section. It was probably class three, with some big holes that Thad experienced first hand along with the an oral test of the water quality when he got subsequently worked in two ...