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... just a stretch of the highway) and bought some avocados, tomatoes, buns and bananas for dinner. We then found enough beds in one room after some kind volunteers offered to move.
The only internet nearby is at the library, which is closing now, so I'm going to throw some pictures in and continue next weekend when we are back to civilization after our trek into the Ecuadorian Amazon!
... major trouble shooting that ended up with: a manual BP cuff, a machine with pulse ox only, and a shared ETCO2 between the beds! I have to say, the teamwork on this trip has been amazing! Everyone is chipping in where ever they can help...from cleaning instruments and anesthesia equipement, circulating, being a messenger, digging for supplies, extra hands, to entertaining. You name it and ...
... br> and rode in the cab with them. He spoke very little English, but was
very kind to tell us about things we were passing on the way up and
the town. He spoke in Spanish, but very slowly and using words and
gestures to help us understand; It was a pleasant ride into a very
beautiful mountain village. He took us to the hotel Rufugio where we
got a very nice room overlooking the town for $24. After we settled
in a bit, ...
We're collected from the hostel by Fernando at 8am in a Chrysler jeep sporting two mountain bikes on it's back. The mission today is to conquer Chimborazo, a dormant volcano that has not erupted for 10,000 years. It's due one then. We're not going to attempt to climb it, as at 20,564 ft we'd be asking for trouble. It is of course possible, but you need mountaineering experience, a knowledgeable guide and climbing gear. ...
So after just one night back in Riobamba with all the creature comforts it was time to head out on perhaps our most ambitious adventure yet; climbing to the point on the world furthest away from the centre of the Earth.
In Riobamba we also managed to catch up with H our Australian friend with whom we had done the Roraima trek a month or so ago. We had been trying to talk him into accompanying us on the climb by e-mail for a few weeks and were delighted when we arrived at ...
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