Hotel El Relicario del Carmen
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With everyone feeling much better today, I was confident that our journey to Otavalo was going to be a really interesting, exciting and informative. We began our journey at peak hour but soon enough we were outside of Quito and enjoying the amazing terrain that this part of the world has to offer. Every few kilometres the landscape changed. From volcanoes to flat lands to rugged mountains and fields of flowers and surprisingly a landscape dotted with Australian eucalypts. Our first ...
Today was AMAZING! We left Quito at 7:20 am this morning to set out for Quilotoa Lake which is about 3 hours away. The tour had about 15 other volunteers from IVHQ who we are becoming to know very quickly as such close proximity to each other makes it unavoidable, however it is quite enjoyable haha. We stopped on our way to the lake at a small house where a family of indigenous Ecuadorians live, which was an extremely enlightening experience. The family of six (dad, mum, and ...
... either way, the farm was great. I spend about 5 min in the owners cafe in Quito, before he had instructed me on a metrobus to ofelia station, and from there, to the small town of Pacto, 2 hours away, where I would be picked up by an employee from his farm, who would take me the last stretch to the farm. A few times I got nervous about missing a stop, since local got on an of all the time, but I finally spotted the city sign, and figured it was time to get of there, in ...
... br> SA : Well bring it back.
PO : Bring it back ?
SA : Yes, bring it back. We need photos of the crime scene.
PO : OK.
So the poor passengers of that bus, who already got stopped because of our robbery for quite a while, were all forced to return to the courthouse after almost having reached Guayaquil. And this is when we were amazed at the Ecuadorian friendliness: When the bus returned to the courthouse, all the locals got off the bus, shook our ...
... other guy in the other room tonight but he leaves tomorrow to continue on his cycle ride from Alaska to Argentina which he started in June last year. Best bit is that there are no more bookings for the next few days so from tomorrow we have the place to ourselves!! Andres, Jadera and their five year old son picked us up once we'd settled in and treated us to dinner!! (Note delicious desert called maluda or something.) Now for bed. ...