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The trip to Riobamba took us down the Avenue of the Volcanoes; on both sides of the highway were the Andes Mountains, with active volcanoes all around. This is the first day we have had appreciable cloud cover; unfortunately it obscured the snow-capped volcanoes. But we were able to see the equator as we passed by. I am standing in the southern …
... up in our harnesses and started the trek to the top of our first waterfall. It was a tough walk given the exercise we had partaken in the following day. Our first waterfall was 8 meters long and I was feeling a little nervous at this stage as we had been given little instruction on what to do. The instructor strapped me in and I lent back and out over the waterfall. It was tough work on the body give the slipperiness of the ...
... or orka, I'm not certain!) and the finale of a mother and calf repeatedly diving right in front of us was pretty special. Hannah even got a couple of decent photos which was a bonus, as was a short snorkel in the warm late afternoon Pacific. We ended the day eating out and drinking mojitos with our Argentinian and Australian hostel buddies and people watching as our bar turned into a full on open air club. We got up earlyish the next morning and went for a swim which ...
Tried to sleep in this morning but because we changed rooms yesterday there are a lot more windows and the sun pours in through them, it's nice to know it's a nice day tho..! We brought some fresh fruit from the shop next door for breakfast then we went for a walk and got a fresh berry shake. We packed up our bags and had until 10am before we went to meet our host family. We just walked with all our stuff as it wasn't too far away, and ...
... guinea pig. Although disconcertingly served whole (with head and all) it actually tasted pretty good, a bit like a mild tatsing duck although a bit of a faff to eat as it is quite boney. A day wasn't really long enough to enjoy the whole city, but it was all we had to move on to Guayaquil the next day to start our Galápagos searching for a last minute deal! We spent an afternoon in Guayaquil without any joy finding a last minute deal, so walked along the Malecon instead to ...