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It's easy to forget just how high Quito is. It sits in a valley surrounded by mountains, but even the lowest point in Quito is 2,800 metres above sea level. We decided for our first day in Quito we shouldn't over do it so we decided to walk down to the New Town to have a look at the shops and see if I can find the headphones I have been looking to get for some time now. It was maybe a couple of kilometres walk into town, ...
... seemed to enjoy the class. We essentially played review games for the whole class. I split the class into two teams and they competed for a grand prize of a bag of candy. Seemed to go over well,
Did another placement test and started planning my Galapagos trip. I think I can do it for under $500. Which will at least be partially my tax return.
... is setting I notice that the hillsides are getting darker – black I surmise – but upon looking further they are still green, the darkest green I have ever seen. And some time later – Aha now it is black. But no – a darker green. And so the time goes. The bushes and stands of flowers darken but are somehow beautiful though they too are essentially black in color. A cold gust of air cools my face and head and I feel the cooled blood ...
... to take photos.
I ordered the mango roll and a frozen pineapple drink; it was very good. Instead of the traditional meat, there was strawberry in the middle of the roll. Nick ordered a spicy roll and I didn't quite catch what Hugo ordered. It was almost a stir fry rice with prawns or shrimp in it. All were very delicious and the sake Nick ordered wasn't bad either. The pricing was probably equivalent to Red Lobster back home.
There was ...