La Petite Auberge
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... Huge sandstorms were also picking up, making it very dangerous to move forward at all. We had to turn back. Instead, we hiked all the way down into the middle of the crater to the lake and back up, a somewhat difficult, but beautiful hike! The first view of the crater from the top was absolutely stunning, possibly the most beautiful landscape I've ever seen. It literally took my breath away, I've never had that! When we returned we ...
... a few hearty adventurers who were going to hike through the area. This park is one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in Ecuador, and from our seat we passed numerous lakes and glacier scoured valleys. The weather here, however, is often overcast with rain or fog, and during this trip we experienced it all.
A couple of hours into our journey, we began to descend from the mountains and were aware that the road ...
... the first time I had ever seen a UFC fight and to say the least, it was interesting and violent. Nonetheless, it was a very enjoyable time with friends.
The rest of this month has been filled with simply spending time with my friends before they begin to head off to college in March. Next month should also be quite busy with the graduation ceremony, party, and my trip to the Galapagos with other exchange students! Should be an exciting March!
Hello family, friends, and Horseheads Rotary Club!
November has been very laid back compared to the last 2 months of craziness I've been living! This month did not consist of travel, meeting up with other exchange students, or exploring Ecuador, but instead consisted of parties, hanging out with friends, and enjoying my city of Salinas, and it was just as fun!
I spent a considerable amount of time at the beach this month. Sometimes with my family ...
Hello from Ecuador!
This past month has been crazy! I have been
settling into school and making new friends. Along with that I have been
traveling a bit. In the beginning of this month, we went to Montanitas. It is a
small town where my host dad owns a hotel and restaurant. There are lots of
artisans along the street selling handmade crafts or food. Everything is super
cheap and negotiable.
I also went to Guayaquil, one of the biggest cities ...