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I know I promised to write a lot, and I'm not writing at all - it's just that I don't have time, Honestly, I don't.
I'm really busy with, well, seeing things, meeting people, drinking mojitos and - oh, that one's good, almost a scientifical experiment: tasting fresh juices from local fruits.
Here's number one on my list: guanabana (close …
Hello cheeky travel-followers, today is our second day in Quito and we´ve already seen lots of stuff. Our first couple of nights were sponsored by Mr Smith and so we´ve been staying in a 5* boutique hotel in the New Town which is extremely trendy and even has a bath in the bedroom next to the bed! We´re off to our hostel now which I am guessing …
This is our very first blog entry. Ryan and I are currently in Quito, Ecuador, and it is a gorgeous city. Since the start of our trip we have had an absolute blast and made some really great mates! We have unintentionally timed our visit to Quito perfectly. The day we arrived was the week of the annual festival and it was ridiculous. Colourful parades and dancing filled the town with street parties and music spread across the city. The whole town and all ...
... of costumes, we still had a really good night. We went out to the Mariscal, ran into some people we had met in Quito, met tons of other people, danced, and had lots of fun. I'd say that 10 or 20 percent of people had some sort of costume, even if it was just a hat or something. In Ecuador and places outside of the US, Halloween exists but it's nothing like how die-heartedly we celebrate. It's more of a night where only more people than usual go out, have parties, and ...
... of clothing, the cars and smoke and noise. It was just so strange to see those two people in Francisco's car, driving down a busy city when I've never, ever even been in a vehicle with them in the slow-paced, warm Galapagos. It was what I needed! I knew that I was too comfortable in the Galapagos. The entire point of my gap year is to see new cultures. Since I've gotten here, I've loved the unfamiliarity. We have to find food, get directions, look ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center