Hotel Oro del Mar I
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... retains some colonial buildings, the rickety Hostal de las Flores being one of
Chose a room with a balcony and big windows, not facing the
mountain unfortunately – sadly some of those big windows were in the shower
which does not have very effective privacy glass, a nice treat (teat?!) for all
the passers by!
Found friendly people in the fruit & veg shop with let
me try ...
... i think it was something like 14 hour round trip for me, it was one of the hardest things ive done. I knew i gave it my all but i was fuming i didnt make it up because i reckon it all came down to my technique, so i now want to climb some more mountains and make it to the bloody top. I guess it was an alright first attempt but there's no prize for coming second, no one knows the name of the guy who almost climbed Everest, it really sucks.
... 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 ...
... for them - that people from the other side of the world were there to help make their lives better because a powerful God has compelled them with love. The team considers them to be family and is already off to a great start treating the nationals like family. Continue to pray for the team - there are a few sniffles, Chrisy's feet have been swollen and Carol & Stephanie both got very sick, but are better now. God is on the move!! ...
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