Hotel Posada Real
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... able to have an early lunch, while some even started on an early beer. Cristiano, tour leader had been out early on the route today and about 30km further on from the bridge had come across a road block set up by the tribal people. Normally they will allow cyclists and locals to pass these road blocks - but not today. The police and soldiers were amassing to go and put an end to thread blocks - mention was made of the ...
See http://travelpod.com/members/sueshuttle worth for all 150 odd photos of today.
An absolutely amazing day out today with Kaye, Chris Willie and Mike Kennedy. Totally unexpected so all the better for that. Didn't rain on us either.
Originally Kaye and I had decided to do a half day tour, from 8am - 2pm. At the last minute Chris and Mike decided to join us and when the guide ...
Our rest day over, it was time to say goodbye to Quito, & 'hit the road again'. Only 64kms today, 1858m climb, and 1550m descent, are they going soft on us?
The answer - No!
The distance was fine, even the climbs were reasonable, it was the altitude that seemed to affect most people today. We had 4 new people join the group in Quito, all who struggled, as they had only arrived a day or so earlier, so had ...
... or so to my bed) sounded as though they had lots of fun.
Looking forward to the rest day tomorrow. Had planned on doing very little but easily led by Kaye to go on a Amazonian Rain Forest trip.
Note: Amazonian RAIN forset - a clue really to what sort of weather we can expect for the next week or so while we are within the Amazonian Basin.
... money, but requires me to get creative, dive in, and explore the places, people and culture around me. Other adventures since my last post not mentioned in this blog: a three day hike through the Quilatoa loop, a spectacular indigenous community in the Ecuadorian countryside, which ended at the beautiful Quilatoa crater lake; travelled to Baños for time in the local thermal baths and absolutely LOVED the Swing at the End of the World...enjoy the ...