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... the southern cross and positioned near the Sun Temple which is also exactly positioned to act as a compass. If you place your compass on it, South is exactly at the tip of the stone. I say compass. I mean app on my phone. After exploring the site we then went down to the nearest village to collect the stuff the porters had left for us and to get our train. After having the most deserved beer I think we may ever have. The train was my least favourite part. It is sold to you as ...
I actually arrived in Guayaquil two nights ago but it was really only one day of activity. I found a decent hostel for a decent price ($12/night) and then just relaxed my first night and got acquainted with my roommates, and Israeli guy and an American guy who goes by Cali. Cali is a hilarious dude who grows pot illegally in the states. That being said, he is the epitome of the reason other countries don't like people from the USA; he's loud, obnoxious, and close-minded. ...
... are peddling their wares. The most common chant is " agua agua..wa..waa...waaaa", and you certainly start to get thirsty. The heat and humidity draws out three or four water sellers on every block. They are very busy.
A little more sight seeing and call it a day
Tomorrow we are off to the beach town Salinas, 170 kilometers up the coast, for a little
R and R . ...
... of course stupid
people), I've been to the jungle - the mighty amazon, mountain biking
the most dangerous road in the world - and survived it, the biggest salt
flats, deserts, lakes, oceans, beaches, caves, slave houses, mountains,
swinging the highest swing in the world, went paragliding, ans so much more.
I have only lost/broke/damaged following things:
9:30am and nowhere is open for breakfast but an ice cream place is. What sort of town is this! Most places opened at 10 so we just kicked about the town until then. Casa hood had a sister restraunt so thats where we ended up. We were first in and its empty but yet some old man sits at table right next to us and then another at the other table beside us, whats with the need to be so close? Im not sure if im gettin sick of here or if its the people i am with, im ...