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Leaving Banos and sadly as it is a fun little town!! Making our way up to the Chimborazo Volcano - the highest nearest the equator and the closest point to the sun!! At an altitude of over 4,500 feet We stopped for a little while in Pelileo known as Jean City, a town high up and every store has many many styles and designs of jeans. There were wedding cars parked outside one store - Utes!! Very Australian. lol Next stop Salasaka - market and ...
... and it's too small, you are kidding me. It starts to rain and after a half hour or so of doing everything possible I'm starting to lose my mind over how to fix it. Leesh is ready to give up and try to find a bus back but where we were, there was no chance of flagging down a bus and I couldn't let the chain defeat me. Another half hour or so of yelling, being frustrated, and somehow after plenty of pulling and turning and smacking the metal with the spanner, it ...
... the wrong way! So, a two hour false start and we finally arrive at the bottom of the steepest, oldest stone steps in the entire world (well it felt like that). I'm not talking a few steps but hundreds and hundreds that were forcing us to stop every 20-30 steps. We reached the top and I somehow convinced myself that this was the end but no, another hour and a half scrambling through forest and over rocks. I'm not sure I've ever had to stop that ...
... la Agua Santa. The Spanish speakers in this part of Ecuador pronounce their "V"s as "B" so the first 15 or so times I heard about the miracles of La Virgin I thought she was a magic drink, because I kept hearing "Beer-gen". I thought maybe there was a beer brewed with water from a special mountain spring that could perform miracles--like the Artesian spring water in Olympia beer. But no, La Virgin de la Agua Santa is an actual ...
... their experience of being tricked, trapped and caged and are back to being the niave little brown hawks that they were before.
Another island was overrun with cats. Cats like to eat marine iguanas and probably those thrushes that Darwin identified, so the cat invasion was not acceptable. I'm not sure how the cats were killed but I do know that the scientists left a few alive and gave them backpacks to wear, probably filled with sack lunches so they ...