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... it said it was on the map... however knowing the name of the place the taxi driver was able to find where it was from another taxi driver. PHEW!! Our early night had turned into a fairly late one but in my opinion we had learnt a very useful lesson the kinda hard way and didn't have to get jooked up in the process. Fred might say differently... We decided we didn't want to be in that deceptive maze of a city any longer and decided to leave the next morning. Sorry ...
... but there were none to be found. We then located the post office as some people wanted postcards and stamps. By this point, my stomach had some sharp shooting pains. Luckily we were only a few blocks from our hotel so I headed back to lie down for awhile. Within the hour I was feeling better but decided that it was already 17:30 and likely the markets would be closing so I didn't venture out any more and just enjoyed a quiet evening ...
Back to school, again. This time though it wasn't for classes, we had a school outing! We had signed up to go on an excursion to Ingapirca, the largest Inca ruins (so far) uncovered in Ecuador.
We had a group of 5 students, and one of the school staff was guide for the day. We were split into two cars, Kirsty and I sat in the back of one, a guy called Zak (a medical student from Colorado) sat in the front with the driver. The other car took Sandra, the member of staff ...
... and acts as an unofficial security guard when the dentists is open, questioning anyone coming in the building. We go up a couple of flights of stairs, passing some of the market traders spare stock which they keep in the building.
Inside the apartment it is huge, easily the size of our house, probably bigger. We walk into a sunroom, what was once a courtyard, but now is covered over with plastic corrugated sheets to stop any rain coming in. It has a couple ...
... it's technology, so the people are objecting to the tax and want the industry introduced instead. We had to turn around on a mountainside and retrace our steps for another route. We seemed to be going quite well until the second road turned out to be blocked as well.... Road no three? So far we are moving, busses are traversing small country roads - dirt covered - edging past each other very gingerly... The locals are all out in their yards staring at us in awe not ...