Hotel Posada Real
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... When we get back to Quito tonorrow night I will upload a ton of stuff. But this male boobie was trying to do his thing and get the female to notice him. Either she was not interested or she was playing hard to get but she was far more interested in us than him. And he was getting ticked off. I will upload the video tomorrow night. We saw a brand new red footed boobie. His feet were white because he was ...
... getting smashed everywhere by the currents. Una was the first to fall in and basically **** herself, consuming lots of river water as the health and safety talk before we got in the raft went out the window in her state of panic. Once back on board there is no time to rest though as your stuck in the middle of the rapids so you need to power through as waves are smashing into you. Coming across whirlpools makes it pretty scary as you cant swim out of them ...
... kayaking group. Apparently it's hard for woman in Ecuador to get opportunities and gear to get out on the water. I figure she will put our gear to good use and this is clearly for a good cause. This of course, upon arrival also involved a stop at our Panederia, which we frequented daily. The bus ride was interesting, as additional people got packed in and we also erred in placing ourselves in correct seat numbers - who knew we had allocated seat numbers? We ...
... old man says are you nuts, and heads for Cuenca. Another of life’s mystery that I will never know the answer to.
That morning I ponder should I take a taxi to the terminal? No I shall walk. I zig zag across the town in the direction of what I think is to the terminal and (not to jinx things) the last zag takes me right to the terminal. I buy a ticket. When will the bus be leaving? Sanko minutoes. (again let’s not gloat Paul and jinx things). I see ...
... it when a foreigner had noticed how much of a struggle it was for us to get in and had said the water was 43degrees, whoa. It was becoming too much so I go and jump into the freezing cold water pool and then go back to the hot spring and the second time around back in was a lot easier. We spent at least half an hour going from hot to cold and our lungs were feeling clear, muscles felt less sore, however we definitely experienced some dizziness when getting out of the ...