Hosteria La Andaluza
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... got a glass of sangria too. All talked about doing Chica bus at 9. So I went to bank then got back but people being indecisive. Took a shower then we didn't end up doing bus. Nikky and mark arrived just before 9. We hung out played some pool, I had the blueberry pie with ice cream (yummy tastes like the mora jam). Had some beers danced a bit. Played birthday songs for Marks birthday. Went to bed around ...
... was the most exhilarating of my life and I
am so happy I started off the Baños trip with it. It makes me feel like because
I jumped off a 330 feet bridge, I can do anything.
next day we signed up for canyoning, which is basically different types of
climbing down a waterfall. The first two waterfalls we went to we simply
belayed ourselves down. What this means is a rope was harnessed through my
waist and as I walked down ...
... became the first city in Ecuador to gain its independence from Spain. On May 24, 1822, the rest of Ecuador gained its independence after Antonio José de Sucre defeated the Spanish Royalist forces at the Battle of Pichincha, near Quito.Control over territory in the Amazon basin led to a long-lasting dispute between Ecuador and Peru. ...
... flowing water hitting your face and it was hard to hear any instructions but I felt safe enough. Our next waterfall was 15 meters and a bit tougher but I was feeling more comfortable by then. This time we went down in twos and I scooted down with the German girl, and Sam went down with Bec after us. Sam did it very well and very quickly. Our third waterfall was 20 meters but instead of abseiling, our instructor constructed a ...
... animal rights here...), the countless local materials, clothing and handicraft stalls and lots of jewellery, dream catchers and tat. It is the biggest weekly market in South America apparently and you can tell. We got a couple of small bits each, checked out of our hostel and walked back up to the main road towards Quito. Buses seem to depart every 5 minutes so we jumped on the first one and got to the capital in a couple of hours.
The scenery in Ecuador seemed ...