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... not sure how to spell it), a soft, super sweet fruit, and Limas, a less-sweet version of a grapefruit. Back on the road after this to a small bakery for some biscuits dipper in caramel & drinks. Continue on the road to Lago San Paulo, photo shoot time, and then back on the road. Next up – we crossed the equator without realizing it!
Back in the northern hemisphere, we headed to Otavalo, an Ecuadorian city with a well-renowned Saturday market. The market was full ...
... the best thing for me is to cancel Mindo and just stay in Quito for another two days if Peta would be unable to get her passport issue clarified by the mid-Thursday afternoon return from Cuenca with Brys. She'll have had a ****** day today with all the scramble: the embassy, checking if LAN would allow her board w/o proper ID, an ATM machine for replacement money and the possible realization any new passport would only be available for ...
... the owner, who then showed us around the hotel. It was luxury beyond imagination. There were 12 different spa massage rooms, very thing you can imagine from volcanic mud, through chocolate to a shaman who cleaned you internally by burning leaves. We kept on having quiet asides. Who did he think we were? What did he think we would do? Anyway, it was spectacular. Best of all, I managed to pay by getting my credit ...
... a day getting
quotes for the Galapagos and comparing and contrasting. There is a lot
to take into account, such as boat size/number of people, reputation,
islands covered and after 7 months travel,
of course the issue of ´cost´is becoming ever more relevant. Gone are
the fancy 6 star hotels that Aoife insisted on us staying in, in Brazil
jewel of Quito is its historic old town, a Unesco ...
... first part of the unit. It really doesn't make sense but we will just have to review for a few days when they return. I had a pretty low key weekend and got lots of sleep. I am still adjusting to the altitude but my appetite is ...