Hotel Oro del Mar I
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... Lou as I thought she was stealing my Kebab, disaster!!
The next morning we woke up with thick heads and I hobbled into the taxi to be taken for breakfast with our new found friends. The food we were given was called Balon, which is mashed up fied banana in balls with pieces of pork grissel in it and an egg on top. We found this to not be the most appetising meal, especially not with a hang over from hell, but some how we got through it ...
... cm long with blossoms slightly open and lots of foliage. Roses destined for Russia must have the longest possible stems with blossoms almost completely open and lots of foliage. The rose industry is one of fashion!
And here is the most important information of all: to keep roses fresh in your home, you must cut the stem at a 45° angle, and then every two days rinse and recut the stem and ...
... name they give to those massive 2’ long seed pods I mentioned a few days ago. Supposedly they are good for the liver, so then went on my daily cold beer hunt.
Not a lot happening here on a Sunday (or ever?) – hardly anything open – despite being a state that will sell you a beer on a Sunday, there was trouble finding a place open. Same with dinner – ended up in a Chinese.
... We cheated a bit in our crater trekking. Yves drove Mamasita
to the overlook on the rim, and some of the sorry “adventure travelers” even
rode back on the truck rather than doing the one-way mostly downhill hike. “The
altitude……blah, blah, blah” Altitude my ass! The crater rim is a somewhere
around 12,000 feet, not especially high by the Colorado standards I’m ...
We left banos for the town Riobamba which would use as the launching pad for climbing Mount Chimbarazo which is the highest point from the centre of the earth or something like that. Any way its tall, really tall like 6,268 metres above sea level. We could see the peak sitting above the clouds when we flew back from the Galapagos. The highest altitude i have been before this was Quito which is 2,800 metres above sea level. and we panned to climb this beast, ...
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