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... br> ‘I sometimes drink the rain!’
‘Good, good. Would you be prepared to drive a bus full of people, at break neck speeds, on a gravel road, mere inches away from a 300ft precipice?’
‘Well done Sñr Rodriguez, you’ve got the job!’
And so Sñr Rodriguez sat shiftily in his driver’s seat as an unaware Harry boarded the bus from Cuenca to Mancora. ...
... robbed in organised fashions while on CIFA buses. We had also heard horror stories about corruption at border security over here. We decided to go into town to see if we could exchange the tickets to another bus company.
We grabbed some free bikes which were provided by the hostel and headed into town. The bike ride was amusing as many parts on my bike seemed to move which aren't designed to. I also had no brakes and every one else's bike didn't seem to be ...
... buses. I'm not sure how long we waited, but it felt like hours. However, it was worth it as the standard of bus vastly improved. Not only did we have more leg room and fully reclinable seats with a footrest, but we had air con. The bus was also showing Focus in Spanish. It took about an hour to get to the Peruvian border. We went into the immigration office and joined a queue to exit Ecuador. We then ...
... back to the truck a little later I saw him at a table with Jeremy, happily sampling his beer and cigarettes. Nighttime came and a bottle of cheap Chilean wine on the beach with my tribe. Interesting conversations abound including one particularly memorable one about time and space with Manju, the Indian psychologist who grew up in a dusty rural village near Bangalore and now works as a head doctor in Vancouver. He is on a half year long career ...
... we did for the next five days. Here is our exact itinerary:
Morning: after an amazing sleep every night get up around 9 or 10-ish, have croissants for breakfast out of a tin that we initially mistook for a bin
Midday: hiding from the sun either in our hut or hanging around the common area, the sun is simply too strong at this time of day, so you do as little as possible
Afternoon: time to walk through the beach to the town and find some food, have a ...