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... 15 minutes in the aisle while we were stationary on the tarmac. They just don't get patience anywhere here, same as Asia as they just get up and have to get off the plane as quick as possible. We get the little bus to the terminal (typical last on and first off for us proving as always patience wins in the airports) and we cruise through immigration, grab our bags and head out to find a cab. Our hostel website had said its about an $8-10 cab ride from the airport so I was pretty ...
... section of my backpack that I don't normally keep it in.
The walk home was... Interesting. It was raining so I took off my glasses and misread a street sign. The walk was a little longer than anticipated as a result as I navigated my way back to the main street I needed to take. Purchased a roll at SelectoPan as a snack on the way, it had cinnamon and I think raisins in it. I will need to figure out what it's called. Not bad for $.40.
Granted it was ...
... upper reaches of the jungle, both from the perspective of giving the local communities the sort of education and support that enhances their lives and encourages them to stay connected, as well as providing the innovative training and sustainable living practices that are meaningful in this type of community. I hope that I can keep in touch with the project and revisit in the not too far distant future.
Despite the light rain that was ...
On Monday 12/8 we flew from Jacksonville to Quito, Ecuador, arriving on time at 9:30PM. By the time we got through customs and the long ride from the airport to the hotel, it was after midnight before we got to bed. On Tuesday, 12/9 we met our Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) tour leader Diego Torres who helped us plan our ...
... to all the big attractions throughout Quito, giving us time to explore them all.
We started off at Plaza de San Francisco and then from there headed up the windy and bumpy road to La Virgin del Panecillo. It became apparent in the first few minutes of driving that people drove like madman and that is was usual to be on the horn every 30 seconds of so.
Our next destination was the ...