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... with thousands of fish in it, and then….a shark came out through the school! ...
... food. After a little relaxation after that awesome morning, we catch another bus bound for Casa Del Arbol (swing at the end of the world) later in the afternoon. After more twists, turns, and tumbles through and up the mountainsides, we are dropped off at the foot of a hill. We climb up and are struck with a wonderful view of the mountains, and a treehouse with 2 swings overhanging the side of a steep descent into the valley. We wait in line as this is a major ...
... took photos (sadly on the Nikon) on varying states of disarray, as nothing, not even the old pre war books was in any sort of cabinet. Happy days. Content and trying to escape the rain we stocked up on snacks in the supermarket, went to Ecuadorean Ann Summers - absolute lols - then frolicked back to the hotel for a cheeky group dinner that mostly involved garlic food and Callum eating hot sauce. An early night was attempted as we have a silly early start for Peru time ...
... and in the meantime they gave me the lowdown on the neighborhood. My apartment was just around the corner from my Spanish school, comforting in a new city. But as I was discover, nothing is very far in the old town of Cuenca. The nicest thing about this apartment was it's lovely view over the red tiled roofs of the city, directly toward the cathedral. The downside was that it was a street with lots of traffic.
Beautiful old town Cuenca (centro histórico) is ...
... to wear a new hat. Same for me, but I did buy what I call the Paris version. I will model it when I return.
Back to the Jazz cafe in the evening for dinner and a fine show. The headliner was a sax player, Dr. Paul Bouchard, a retired doctor from Montreal.
The show did not disappoint.
Tomorrow we return to the lowlands, Guayaquil and the coast.