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... with impossibly steep hills and roads connecting them. Every flat plateu has a town on it, and every hill face that isn't sheer is cultivated. No film this time, but the view sufficed!
Riobamba is quite quiet, and the majority of the busy'ness is locals going about their day which was nice to observe. One thing to mention is that here even I feel like a giant. Very few of the locals make it much past 5' 5. Another observation is that everybody ...
... track thinned out where the rock was covered in ice, so it was super slippery, we persisted in this for a while but then the guide instructed us to put our crampons on, well he put them on for us, i had no idea how to and there was no chance i was taking my gloves off it was pretty cold and that wind would cause frost bite pretty quickly. Once we got our crampons on, i got a very brief lesson on how to walk in them correctly, pretty funny, a brief 1 ...
... are back in Guayawquil staying at the Oro Verde hotel. They upgraded us again,not to a suite, but to a large room that is part of the Club Floor / free snacks all day.
We tried to check in on line, but it appears that we cannot do it, so heres hoping all turns out tomorrow.
This has been a great adventure, but it will be good to see everyone again. Skpe has been great to connect with the famiy.
Love to all, Mom and Dad /Jan and Jerry
... of the volcanoes. We also see along this essentially rural landscape Llama and Alpaca as well as wild horses. Local people are much more to be found in traditional dress and very poor. We stop at a service station to get snacks, as proper lunch is not till mid-afternoon. So, Xmas lunch is a bag of crisps and a biscuit!, worse to come. We stop to take photos of another snow-capped volcano and M gives my lunch to a very ...
... beyond having the will to venture out for food and couldn't be bothered attempting a dial in pizza which would have come with its own challenges no doubt. Checked out, and for the first and only time in central and south america had to pay for the wifi access. Boo.
Found the local market which normally would be a great place to get a cheap, tasty, fulfilling desayuno (breakfast). So after being enthusiastically welcomed by a portly, friendly looking middle ...
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