Hotel Catedral Internacional
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... went to a hat maker and a man who restores damaged and old wooden statues and figurines from the churches. Then we went to the local supermarket called San Francisca Market. Be sure to look at the pictures I post, but it had fruit and vegetable stalls and a variety of butchers as well as a food court. This was not Whole Foods though. All the food was natural - no prepackaged food in sight. We also went to the shop of a herbalist. Herbalists are the traditional healers ...
Also did well in salsa today - Alejandro only told me to relax my arms twice! Though, granted, now I need to focus on relaxing my hands apparently. Le sigh. On the bright side, it looks like I've gotten through the major moves in salsa. Might look into learning how to lead next. Or pick up a different style. We'll see.
I talked with CJ about potentially extending for one more cycle. He said he'd talk to the office back it the States and get back to ...
... which is meant to be very good. We didn't find it because of a total lack of information, anywhere, about where things are and how to find them.
It was a little disappointing.
In the evening, we wandered into the Old Town city centre to find everything closing. We went to a vegetarian restaurant, which was closed. We tried to find a 'veggie friendly' place which didn't exist. We went to a couple of pizza places which were closed. We were ...
... Ugh. Head is stuffy, throat is sore, headache on the way, ears are starting to bother me a bit too... Lovely. SO tired of being sick. At least it isn't intestinal this time.
Talked with CJ after workshop. Asked him to keep an eye out for the package Mom sent me.
Didn't go to G Spot for Taco Tuesday. Carly expressed thanks at my intent to minimize exposure. ...
... have a fab apartment! After enlisting removal men (not sure how it is possible to have acquired so much since arriving in Quito) we made thank-you pancakes (unaccompanied by rum due to the law here preventing sale on Sundays!). English-style pancakes I'm not sure were as greatly received as Liz and I had hoped. We relished our rooftop views over the city - the clear skies providing amazing views of the planets.
Safe to say I feel right at home.