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... the 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
... places has been corrugated by the effects of the wind and feels what is perhaps best described as like siting on top of a pneumatic drill! We soon learn to avoid the worst patches when we can.. As the road winds back down the mountain the wind gets quite strong and blows sand into our faces which stings a bit at times (now understand why we were told to bring sunglasses). After 20 mins or so we are back at the park entrance and we are yet to actually pedal our bikes. A ...
... alpacas. The whole area was a picturesque landscape of rolling green hills. We took our time taking it all in but soon our ride would end in the small town of San Juan where we put our bikes onto the 4x4 and made our way back to Riobamba. It was a great day out and a brilliant way to spend my birthday. The next day we missioned off to the bus station to continue our journey south but this time we needed to get across the border into Peru to the small surfing town called ...
... br> Arriving at Pacha Mama we discovered that no one was home, but the back door was open, so we let ourselves in and waited. Eventually we saw a local come up the stairs and we asked for Robert, our contact for the school volunteers. She told us he was at the library and she said she would take us there. So we left our packs at the house and walked with her, Rosa, to the library, about a ...
... on a shoestring" book, it would be the end of this wonderfully unspoilt market.
Riobamba itself is not extraordinary as a destination but has some charming run-down colonial buildings hidden between modern concrete houses. It also feels a lot safer than Quito and has a lot of indigenous people. From Parque 21 de abril (known by locals als Lomo a Quito) Volcán Chimborazo is visible on a clear day (odds are good at dawn or ...
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