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... home. He collected works of art from all over the world, and from other famous artists. Alas, they would not let me take photos in suide the house or the chapel. I have attached some photos of the outside and home to give you a link to see some of his work.
Oswaldo Guyasumin was a gifted indeginoius artist. During the 4 day war between Peru and Ecuador, he lost severl friends and was deeply tiouched by the death of children. His art ...
The pope arrives in Quito on the same day we do. We are here for leisure but he has to work. Thousands of policemen in the streets and helicopters in the air. We decide to look at his parade the next day, monday, although we hate crowds of people. Millions of them in the streets. The pope visits Guayaquil in the morning and then comes back to Quito for a speech in the evening and a congress on tuesday. During several hours we walk through town and look at the preparations from ...
... to Mitad del Mundo, or “Middle of the World,” and the Inti Nan Museum, which apparently sits directly on the real equator line. Here we will stand on two hemispheres of the earth at the same time where it is very difficult to walk on a straight line with your eyes closed.
Sadly, apart from glimpses out plane and bus windows we will have no opportunity to become more intimately acquainted with the ...
... a quarter, we made our way to Ofelia station, essentially a feeder terminal where we would change buses to get us to the middle of the world. They pack these buses to the gills and stops at random points. We finally arrived at our destination and was greeted with a tourist town surrounding a large monument denoting 0'0'0' longitude and 0'0'0' latitude. Next stop: 5 day cruise amongst the islands of the Galápagos. buenos días, buenas tardes, y buenas ...
... I spent less than a month with a small portion of them on the trips so to think that I consider some of them my best friends is shocking. Having friends like this from all corners of the world is both a blessing and a curse. I am able to see the views and perspectives learned in a different culture, opening up my mind even more. However, on the other hand, they live thousands of miles away, making it that much more difficult to ever see them again. I feel so blessed to ...