Hotel Amira In Salinas, Ecuador
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... We are completely stunned by such kindness. We leave our stuff and return back to our hosts. Tea, coffee and snacks are on the table ready to be enjoyed. The rest of his family arrives, we stayed some time discussing or more accurately trying to understand and be understood. Wonderful moment and what a welcome ! Terry could not believe it and I'm glad to have introduced him to this incredible way of travelling. A good night is promised... ...
... and made friends with a travelling violin troupe.
The next two stops, Saraguro and VIlcabamba, were nice mountain towns and we really enjoyed our time there, as well...although I got lazy and took no pictures.
PS I booked my return ticket to the States, flying to Detroit on August 13th, and then to Colorado on the 21st!!
PPS As an end note, if blogging has taught me anything, itīs that I overuse commas and parenthesis (sorry about that, folks).
... and I can now see why my brother in law is hooked.
The next section of the route is on nice smooth Tarmac and takes us down through the altiplano and paramo whizzing past the alpacas and vicuņas along the way. This is really smooth cycling and although we are going downhill, we still have to pedal away quite hard to keep going when the wind is against us. We stop briefly for some water at a big gorge part way down and just marvel at the wonderful scenery. We ...
Hi Everyone, We are having technical difficulties and cannot download our pictures. We are taking pictures with the phone as the charger for the camera appears to be malfunctioning and we cannot find another one.
We had a great time in Salinas with an ADDAC buddy of Jerrys,Wayne Bazant and his wife Sharon. They have a beautiful condo with a 270 degree view of the beach and the ocean. They were very hospitable and we had a great time touring around the area. Unfortunately ...
... and Alpaca, we got to the Refugio of Chimborazo which is at 4700 m where we would start our descent down on our mountain bikes. At this altitude I found out the hard way that altitude and hangovers are not a good mix for your head! I was therefore keen to get riding as soon as possible. The first section was an 8km stretch down a winding dirt road with a great view of the Chimborazo volcano. It was quite windy and cold but it was a fun start to the ride. Reuben, ...