San Jorge De Milpe Eco-Lodge Orchid & Bird Reserve
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... We saw over 40 different birds in the 4 hours we walked. When we got to parts where he knew the birds hung out, and if they didn't show up, he had a program on his iPhone that hooked up to a small speaker that had a lot of power and punch and he would use that.. Then the birds showed up to the party and we got to see so many color and beautiful birds. It is an art to photographing a bird through the telescope with your Iphone. Some of these picture ...
... I slept the whole way to Quito. Quito airport was excellent - so easy and helpful. I bought my ticket for the shuttle into the town and got very overwhelmed by how beautiful it was. Even though it was dark, you could make out how mountainous it is. I then got a taxi for $5 to the hostel. The taxi man was so lovely and was very patient with my Spanish! I'm staying in Discovery Quito - it's so beautiful. I got upgraded to a 3 bed and the girl ...
Upon arrival, we weren't quite sure what to think. There in the middle of know where, was a beautiful lodge, swarming with hummingbirds and an older woman sitting out the front. As it turned out, she was just a guest staying there. The reserve was privately owned and run by volunteers who research different birds in the reserve, We didn't realise accommodation was available, but very quickly decided to forfeit our accommodation in town ...
... that we had not seen before. One had a long blue tail and another had a long black tail with puffy white legs. We got a lot more pictures. In the afternoon we went to a house to watch more hummingbirds and toucans. We saw a few other types of birds too. We had to run back to the hostel in the rain and yet again grabbed a hammock. We met up with an Aussie guy we met in Latacunga and had a great dinner at a little Mexican ...
After 29 hours of total travel time we arrived at our hotel in Quito Ecuador early enough in the morning that the locals still hadn't open there store front garage doors. We were exhausted and ready to stretch out and take a nap. Our room wasn't ready so we grabbed ,our first of many to come, cafe con leches and the kids had fried eggs with fresh juice. Lucky enough our room opened up so we decided to sleep the ...