Hotel Oro del Mar I
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... chaussures de marche et deux énormes sacs... Il est venu à notre rencontre à la fin du match. Arrivés chez lui, nous rencontrons sa grand mère, femme très souriante, généreuse et d'un grand cœur. Tout un étage nous attend : 3 chambres, une buanderie et une salle de bain rien que pour nous. Nous sommes complètement abasourdis par autant de gentillesse. Nous déposons ...
... you are insanely fit, is 5,500 meters...or about 16,000ft! Let me tell you, the wind chill, elevation, and blinding sun nearly dissolved our skin, but we huffed and puffed enough to take a couple of pictures, and then we ran for cover.
The Big Mishap: Alausi. Marsha, Kalin, Marta and I showed up to Alausi planning to work on a farm--we had arranged with the owner, Victor, via the interwebz...but the first sign of trouble was evident when we showed ...
... is only 1 km away and a 200m increase in altitude to 5000m but it is hard going. Another group is making the ascent at the same time and some of them decide to turn back after a short distance with the altitude taking its toll. Edison tells us that it normally takes 45 mins for this ascent but it seems like forever. Eventually, we do make it to the refuge and Edison tells us we managed it in 38 mins which apparently is pretty good going. Either we are getting fitter, more ...
... night life they could find.
We spent the next day just relaxing and Reuben and I went to go and find a place where we could go on a mountain bike tour down and around the Chimborazo volcano and its surrounding areas in the foothills. Steve wouldn't be joining us on this trip since bike riding sits below cage fighting in his portfolio of man skills. We found a place called Pro Bici and booked a tour with them for the next day. Since it was my birthday ...
... cook it over a fire stove at the school. It reminded me a bit of baby pablum that has been watered down. I thought it actually tasted quite good, but the boys only had it for a couple days. Lunch is served at 12:15pm and then the students return to classes around 1pm until 3pm. Some days I left after lunch to volunteer in the library, about 20 minutes away from the school. Here, local people can pay a small fee to use the internet or have volunteers ...
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