Hotel Cuello de Luna
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Heute besuchen wir den quirligen Indigenenmakt von Pujili. Wir sehen, wie die einheimischen in den Ort kommen um Waren zu verkaufen oder zu tauschen und Notwendiges kaufen.Es herrscht geschäftiges Treiben und so kommen wir aus dem Staunen nicht mehr raus. Es gibt viele exotische Früchte, es wird gekocht und gegessen, viele Frauen tragen ihre schöne …
... and the eldest boy finally came out, we asked for directions and he said "arriba" meaning up and pointing in the direction we came from. He said there was a track so we headed back the way we came. Questioning the boys directions the kids soon reappeared so we asked again, looking slightly annoyed he showed us again. So we started climbing, clearly not a trail though! It was vertical and it was hot and that means I start to get grumpy. Asking Alex if this is they way to ...
... to go back and take another road. If necessary I would have done it, with the help of the mudtracks I have, but as this would have taken the same time or more than driving back, it is better to do this. The cost op diesel is not the point here, because that is 0,25 per liter. On the way we visit a painters village, Tigua and buy some of the typical, primitive Ecuadorian paintings from Alfonso Toaquia, who takes ...
... got back in time for lunch and then decided to do another short hike to the waterfalls but the rain stopped us from getting in. Even the promise of a free beer couldnt tempt us. This evening we enjoyed another great dinner and did a quiz with all the other backpackers which was great fun. We got up early the next morning and hiked up Cotopaxi volcano, to the glaciar at over 5000m. Cotopaxi is the second highest volcano in Ecuador (5987m) its also an active volcano and it was under ...
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Wednesday March 12th, 2015
Hiking and the Thermal Baths
In the morning we go for a hike. Frank has seen a sign for a trail to a waterfall. He finds it. A park ranger assures us that though the trail is muddy from the rain it should not be a problem. Guided tours are an option but we should not need a guide – but be careful on the section with the ropes.