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- Continental Breakfast
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... her headaches too.
Students finished the exam way earlier than expected. Note to self: be prepared to do oral exam the same day as the written exam next time.
I ended up proctoring a sufficiency exam during my substitute period. I used it to grade papers. The gentleman taking the exam... Didn't do so well. Apparently that is normal.
... restaurant where Lena raves eloquently about the spa – I must go etc. Oh yes I will. The views are spectacular etc.
Back at the Hostel Antisana the hostess presents me with a hot water bottle wrapped in a cosy with the hotel name embroidered on it - the cosy not the bottle. That bottle may have saved my toes – it was still a bit warm in the morning.
Glad to be here,
March 11th, 2015
To be continued
... is a service charge of 10%...sometimes. Sometimes it is an all inclusive charge.
And then there is cash. Naturally, cash is the preferred payment. It also takes away all this complicated arithmetic. Unfortunately, nobody wants 100, 50 or sometimes even 20 dollar bills because of counterfeiting. It is less comfortable walking around,with a wad of small bills, and thinking that you need a hidden and ...
... of fish / meat. No sweet hi carbs. The Ecuadorians also eat a lot of rice and potatoes but I am avoiding these.
Back onto the boat to say hello to our mini United Nations new arrivals - 2 from California; a Korean girl with her non-English speaking brother, but she is a pharmacist and lives in Tasmania; A Canadian with his Japanese partner; a Spanish sparking French couple; and another couple from the US. Oh and not to mention our new guide Wilo - he is a genuine ...
... the sunset. It was an incredible view and gave you some perspective about how huge the Amazon actually is. After the sunset we went to the river bank where we got off the boat with the guide and put our wellies on. We walked through the primary forest looking for different wildlife. We spotted lots of spiders and insects. The guide even picked up a huge tarantula and let us hold it if we wanted (we respectfully declined as well as most of the group). An amazing first day in the ...