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... to make
a hat. Getting the actual straw fibres takes quite some time and weaving one
hat by highly skilled women can take up to a week for a plain white one.
Patterned ones take a lot longer.
So many churches!! Seems to be one on almost every corner. La
Catedral Nueva was most impressive – filled with local pink and brown marble.
Its blue domes dominate the landscape. Ecudaor is 85% Catholic. Many of the
churches are of Jesuit origin ...
... 2 USB's. It didn't take long and only cost us 45 cents! After our jobs were done we went back to the room to have a good catch up with Lo, although the internet was rather frustrating at the start. We had another nice dinner at our hotel, amongst another full house of locals and other travellers. We booked some accommodation for tomorrow night in Guayaquil then called it a ...
... along one side of the nave and saw that the statues on one side of the main altar bit were decorated with palm leaves, too. We presumed that the service was a special Palm Sunday one.
Once the priest began the service we made our exit and had dinner at a restaurant next door - I'd been there twice before, so could recommend it. The meal I had was amazing - a fish, vegetable & white sauce dish with a side of rice - but unfortunately Emma's and Kate's were the ...
... too because the meal they bring us is huge!! We order limonade (they don’t have lemons here) because there is still no alcohol being sold (last day thank goodness!!). The meal is awesome and with full bellies we wander our way back to the hotel… stopping to look at what all the street vendors have for sale. It has been a very good day, but we are ready for a good night’s sleep. Buenos noches!! Blog you ...
... We've had several glorious sunny days or parts of days, but cloudy is the common state. Jerry says he feels like an outsider. I suppose I feel some of that, but it doesn't bother me as much as it does him. I should be studying Spanish, but decided not to sign up for classes because it shapes my day too much. I told myself I would study online, but that doesn't seem to happen much, any more than my repeated vows to use the elastic bands I brought along for exercise. At ...