Flor de Oriente
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... we suddenly entered a rapid and the four of us including the guide went aboard. I was - of course - the one person that got carried away from the boat the furthest and took seemingly ages to get back on. Meanwhile we were already passing by the next cateract and I was washed by the current countless times. Finally, I was "rescued" by Pame and we were all glad when we were back on solid ground ;) However, the next excitment was already ...
... mundo’ which is the equator line. We learned that the real equator line is actually 250 yards away but that was only discovered after the monument and museum were built so they weren't bothered changing it. Spent about 20 minutes walking around the museum and then waited for our turn to take photos on the equator. Problem was there was this family with a few friends taking forever. There were 4 of them our age (3 lads and one girl) and they all must ...
... Eoin and Daniel and saw a firework display that was to celebrate 100 years of the local primary school. The next day the weather was much better. We got up early to go cayoning. We went with a company called MTS who were amazing. We even had a practice on the climbing wall by the office and learned to be good at cayoning and rappelling we had to be good monkeys! The cayoning was in Rio Blanco and we had such a laugh absailing and rapelling ...
... set the pace. There was some intergroup mingling, some drunk spider dancing and Alim attempted to teach us salsa, which wasn't wonderfully successful given I had limited control of my limbs. We made a swift exit after Callum hulked the sink off the wall and bowled home in varying states of disarray. The disarray continued to the bus where hangovers were jovially sported alongside a few vodka shots on the 10 hour journey to Cuenca. More from ...
... The town of San Augustin itself was a lovely Pueblito with a family feel and Kelly and I enjoyed spending a Sunday afternoon in the town square having a few beers and talking with the locals. In fact we enjoyed it so much as dusk fell we were still there and after meeting a crazy Belgian couple proceeded to go with them and a local to watch some cock fighting. I didn't really think it up my street but my curiosity was too strong so off we went. Again I loved seeing a ...