Stanford Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Have you ever had the desire to feel like a sardine packed in a can? If you have pay 25 cents and get on a public bus in Quito and I can guarantee you that you will get that feeling. It was so tight that I had to coordinate breathing with the people around me, "Ok you breath in, I breath out, Juan hold your breathe then your next, Maria you're about to get off so no air for you" ok you get the joke it was packed. Despite the ride in the bus taking over an ...
... but I'd be lying), Leanne, Amy and I went to the Intinan Museum today, which is at the equator and is all about Latitude 0, and was particularly cool today because it's the equinox. We took part in several demonstrations- we balanced an egg on a nail (I even have a certificate to prove it), poured water down a sink in several locations to examine the Coriolis effect (water does go clockwise in the south and anticlockwise in the north), walked along ...
... in the old colonial Quito, North side. I struggle a little bit to find it as I had a wrong address but a correct phone number. I was walking into town with my big bag, everyone giving me wrong direction, until a lady phoned that hostel and gave me the relevant address. I set up my tent within the other two from the hostel. I was happy to be back In the tent, special when they cover only 5$ to camp. We have all the commodity around, specially a commune kitchen ...
... enclosure, the marsupial frog exhibits, and the interactive aviary exhibits. The tortoise enclosure was of decent size, with 3 very nice pools for the tortoises to wallow in. There was a heard of 9 tortoises in the exhibit, all of which looked very happy and healthy, but the best part was the nest laying area. They had a circular rock wall that was on an elevated mound of substrate (dirt/sand) wherein the tortoises could enter and lay their eggs, of course when ...
... children if the children are so immediately trusting! I felt really guilty having such limited Spanish with the kids, they would say things to me and expect me to understand and I'd have no idea what to tell them, there were quite a few commands like 'sit down' and ''. In that were easy to catch on to and they generally listened well to what I was saying in those cases the first portion when I was just playing with them I was reading the Spanish version ...