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And my plans for today weren't cancelled so much as I got stood up. Was going to get tea with Alex (the guy I bought the violin from) but he never showed. Wasn't too terribly surprised. It was just as well, if things hadn't occurred as they did, I wouldn't have run into Nick. The irony is that I was just thinking about texting him not even five minute previously. Unfortunately, he is moving out of ...
... city, despite its issues. Or maybe because of? Either way, the least of them is my well-deserved paranoia about being stolen from. Has that 'diamond in the rough' beauty to it. Very, very rough. Two weeks in, and I think I will be sad to leave. I don't think I'm going to extend my time for the full year, but Quito will definitely be my first home abroad, my first 'deployment' as per Jim's reckoning. ...
... very slowly. An older German couple and their son who were putting their canelazo much better than us, explain the drink to us and we spend a few minutes chatting with the wife about travelling and Germany. We spend another hour or so very slowly drinking and finally finishing the canelazo and by this stage, the altitude and alcohol takes its toll on Leesh and we head back to the hostel to head to bed. Tomorrow we start our two day celebrations of ...
... guy opposite me has been playing SA "music" on a little speaker much to my annoyance. Noone else seems to mind though, and I don't want to do the foriegner thing of making a fuss if the locals like it or are indifferent. I truely hate SA music. I could do a better job with three keys of an out of tune piano. I put my headphones in and cranked the volume louder than I otherwise would. Around 10pm they put some Nicholas Cage film ...
... America, Yes we will have them launch an investigation. I explain the Espanola problem. Yes we have heard that before. So, someone sitting in a cubbyhole all day is doing investigation on a full time basis because they won’t straighten out the flipping machine. I m not big on bankers as a lot – who in their right mind would lend Brazil a hundred billion dollars of our bank fees and expect to get them back – and now I m certainly not big on Ecuadorian ...