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Well, I have been in Guayaquil for a month and have only now been able to update this blog! I´ve been really busy, as I expected, not only with teaching but the lesson planning and writing assignment & test marking that goes with it.
I´m sharing an apartment with one of the other new teachers; it´s very nice for the price we´re paying for it, but it doesn´t have an oven, grill, toaster or kettle! There´s no washing machine either so ...
... we should be first off. Not so. Last it is. Half an hour after getting off the bus, we seek an Internet connection to read an email we received last week to give us the address of the hostel we are staying in this night. The search was fruitless, frustrating and damn near final till we found the last remaining open Internet store front. $1US bought an hour of Internet. We used 6 mins. ...
... including the old town of Quito, are described as having ‘old colonial architecture’, but none of these that we have visited so far have a patch on Cuenca. It seemed in a totally different league to the others, perhaps because it has been better preserved, but it honestly did feel like we were back in Spain. This may or may not be a good thing, depending on what you are after, as in many ways it does feel a ...
... anytime! Shout Outs: Erick-my guide in Guayaquil Latin Trails-wonderful tour agency based in Ecuador Amy and Michelle-It's great when you can find another familiar Southern accent far from home! These two lovely girls from Virginia are traveling around South America after graduating from college with degrees in Geography (which is a very broad field!) Thank you for letting me spend some time with you all and best of luck to you on your ...
... s way through the streets. Back in downtown there’s the central Parque Bolivar, full to the brim of Iguanas, not doing anything at all, lazing around, barely enough energy or will to lift an eyelid at nearby encroaching pigeons. Opposite the park is the beautiful Iglesia de San Francisco cathedral, kind of neo-gothic but painted in the typical pastel style.
We had some serious arranging to do here as well. We needed to fly out of Ecuador (Quito) into Colombia ...
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