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... come in Ecuador!
My name is Chris. I grew up in Germany and lived the past year in Nicaragua, leading
global education and leadership programs for youth. Travel was always
my school of life and I look forward to see how you will learn, grow
and gain new perspectives on this trip.
During my work experience with Global Glimpse, I was in charge of planning and implementing 3 ...
... of us and I managed to snap some pictures of it. We then hung around another whale that was just bobbing up and done right next to the boat, it was a pretty amazing experience even though I've seen plenty of whale it was great to see them up so close. After a great time chilling out in Ayampe it was time to head to the party town of Montanita for Lisa's birthday. We were in a hostel we nicknamed The Pirate Ship because it was completely made of wood and so ...
... to a burn. We have spent much more time in the shade than we had anticipated. Still, if you can get out of the burning sun and sit in the shade it is very pleasant.
Next is the humidity. It is difficult to explain how humid it is - yet it is still comfortable sitting in the shade. I would not want to work in the shade - or worse yet in the sun. While in the jungle everything felt damp - all the time. Jeff's book began to warp, and ...
... bus. Yet again I was shamed when our young taxi driver said in very practiced voice "Hello, name is Jose, it is very nice to meet you." We all gave our names and repeated the phrase back to him. He continued to attempt to communicate in English, explaining that we were driving through a National Park. It was very pretty - and it had some unusual trees. They had long branches with 3 or 4 big leafs at the very end. Unfortunately I was feeling so poorly I didn't ...
... jam. The lady cooking breakfast speaks no English what so ever, so it was back to hand gestures and pantomimes. The coffee was, well, lets just call it interesting. The lady poured about 1/3 of a cup in your mug. Morganne tasted it and said it was so nasty she didn't know if she could drink it! Then another couple joined us who had been here for a few days. They showed us that you were to add hot water to the base the lady poured - making it a full cup. There was no milk ...