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Travel Blogs from Ibarra
... leaving our friend in the dust. This happens around here whether one is a foreigner or not.. Furious? You bet she was!
April 3, 2013: The English Group in Atuntaqui became a congregation. So, as of now, Atuntaqui has two Spanish Congregations and an English Congregation.
March 2013: Our friend, who works at a new private school for teaching English, had a young teenage student come into her class one day with what looked very much like a real ...
... the hacienda, we stopped to look at a sugar cane processing plant - a rather grand description of a tarpaulin hut in a field - little in the way of health and safety for them or us, but fascinatiing nevertheless!
After a quick stop at the hacienda to collect costumes, we drove to the nearby hot springs - heated by the local volcano, the range of pools at various temperatures (including the icy plunge pool) a fitting and very relaxing end to a busy day.
Today we went to Otavalo to see the "Mercado de los ponchos." Every Saturday all the people of this town set up shop on the streets and have hand crafted goods for sale. streets upon streets of awesome things to buy at a very reasonable price.. not forgetting to bargain of course! After walking around for a bit and buying some awesome stuff, we decided to go to Cuicocha lagoon for linner. This lagoon is actually a ...
... attraction for me so I managed to negotiate myself a taxi for $8 the return trip and a short wait at Laguna Cuicocha. By the time we'd travelled the short distance the sun had all but disappeared, but still the view of the Laguna was worth seeing, even if with the cloudy sky it looked like it could well have been in Scotland!! The walks around the Laguna are also supposed to be worthwhile but my time was too short and they aren't recommended if you are on your ...
... Emrich,& Dr. Christina Swindall
Middle Row: Left to right
Dr. Winnie Krogman(team leader) Dr. Kelly Lathrop,& Elizabeth Haggard (tech)
Front row: Left to right
Betsy (Ibarra Pet Shelter Liason), DeeDee Streiff ( Pre Vet Student) Dee Barclay (me)
Sadly there were two other World Vets volunteers who missed their flights and were unable to make it here. Emily Dozeman and Caitlin Pohlit .