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- Free parking
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... the headland the weather had turned again and it started to rain and the light faded. The small bay at the top was though still beautiful and full of sunbathing and swimming locals as it was a Sunday.
I wandered around the lava flows watching the finches and admiring the cacti, several Pelicans were fishing and I watched them for a long time getting some good snaps. The marine iguanas were also interesting, but again the amount ...
... to a church we had seen earlier from a distance hoping for a great night photo. For some reason they don't have amazing highlight lighting which is crazy, but at least we then found the iguana park. For some reason they have a park in the middle of the city full of iguanas. As it was night time a lot of them were sleeping in the trees which was cool. After returning to the hotel we had one thing on our minds, packing for the ...
... around midnight to eat chicken. Seemed really random, they just came the use the kitchen table and polished off a couple of chooks, nothing else, then left. Her house is a regular thoroughfare. With the 5 of them that live there, with 5 cars, the 3 parking bats and the road. Are full to start with, then when the boyfriends, cousins, other relations, or/and friends all come around there is no place to park. Each morning everyone has to shuffle the cars around to get ...
... hours in a bus from Tulcan to Quito, and again managed to get the bus that was just leaving. When we arrived in Quito, Carcelene was were we were going to get off and I would have to get another bus to Quitume to get the Guyaquil bus. Dunia, being able to speak Spanish, worked out that it was the same bus and I just needed to stay on it. So, it was a quick "goodbye, nice to meet you, never see you again" and I was off.
... I really felt I was part of the family, and at the end of the night, I made sure to let them know how thankful and honor I was. I can honestly say that Ecuadorians really know how to make someone at home!
The next day was going to be my first Rotary meeting at their club and I was looking forward in seeing everyone again. Stay tune for further postings!