Hotel Plaza Grande
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... if you dared look around. Many many waterfalls, I think someone counted 60. Obviously a better rider than I. Often where there was a waterfall, there would be a landslide of rocks and ankle deep water you would have yo walk your bike across. Cold cold water. It would get very very narrow as big trucks chugged up or down by you, and often you would have to get off your bike and squeeze against the rock wall face to let them by. It was not continuous big trucks and ...
As I still wasnīt feeling great, I didnīt leave for Mindo like I originally planned. Which meant I didn't leave the apartment much this weekend. Quito was... crazy. I wached the pope's landing on T.V. I didn't feel like dealing with crowds, especially after Santo Semana. Camila and Leo braved the sea of people. I was content to stay inside, hang out in the apartment with Sandraīs friends, lesson plan, read and relax this ...
... down! Dinner was excellent; the food was amazing! We also got to meet some of our other housemates from Tennessee, New York, Portugal, and Switzerland who were all very welcoming! We played a couple intensely competitive games of cards altogether before heading to bed! So that's basically the jist of day one and two! Today we are heading out On a tour of Old Town before our Orientation. I cannot wait to see what the today has in store for ...
... were very disappointed in the museum as none of the experiments were functioning. So all in all, if the experiment section is working it would have been great, other then that we paid too much money for a couple photos in different hemispheres. We headed back to the hostel on another 2 hour bus. Once at the hostel we started organising Galapagos. We booked our flight tickets using the hostel managers credit card due to the fact that an Ecuadorian pays almost half the price for ...
... was clearly the area of town where the monied Ecuadorians live, as it was three stories of Cartier, Hermes, Tiffany, etc. Very unexpected.
For dinner we went to a unique bistro around the corner from the hotel, which was also a theater for avant garde shows. We arrived too early for the performance, which was fine, and the meal was quite good. We all split a pretty amazing crepe dessert that served as a perfect top-off for the whole trip.