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Re Ecuador South, Loja
Written April 7th,2015
Mucho gusto Loja. Adios.
I catch a nine hour busride to Piura, Peru tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. I wanted a 1 pm bus but it is not available. How fortunate that I have to get up in the dark and catch a bus that will drop me off at 4 p.m. instead of 10 p.m.
I must say I have enjoyed Loja and the area immensely and I will have fond memories of the city and the people and will miss the ...
Re Ecuador Sur, Loja
Written March 29th,2015
Loja, March 24th to 29th
It's Sunday afternoon. I’m just back from a hike and figure I’ll write a short blog now – or let an uneventful week RIP.
I met Malike, a transplant to Canada from Switzerland. He’s closer to my age than most of the travelers I meet – 58; I think, so 12 years younger.
He has traveled widely. He ...
Re Ecuador Sur, Loja
Written March 23rd 2015
Loja, March 20, 21, 22, 23rd
On the 20th I hunker down. I am recovering from the travel. There is an eclipse. It is the new moon. The Nine Days of Mother Divine begin this night of the 20th. Typically from the Vedic perspective this is a time to hunker down and be inward but I am focused on work. I seek 108 teachers to teach The Aging Reversal Course: An Ayurvedic Approach ...
... rocky rivers; down into another lush, abundant valley.
About three quarters of the way into the trip I ask the young fellow a question – probably is he going to Loja and is the bus going to the terminal. He speaks a bit of English. He is in High School and studies English. So I get out my two books and he gets to study English and I Spanish. We ask random questions – about our families, what he studies, what he likes to do and ...
Yesterday, Simone and I got on a bus around 11am and headed down to Loja, Ecuador, a charming little city just before the border with Peru. Our plan from there was to head from Loja to Piura, the first city in Peru, and then make our way towards Yurimaguas, Peru, where we would catch a 3-day Amazon river boat to Iquitos. Iquitos is a weird city due to the fact that it's in the middle of the jungle and is the worlds largest city that can't be reached ...