Viena Hotel Internacional
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... to put my foot, I finally got to the bottom, and the second person started coming down. All in all it was a very scary climb for the 4 of us, one of whom panicked half way down and froze, unable to move his arms or legs. A few reassuring words later we guided him carefully and he was down too.
After about 40minutes we were all on the ground, and albeit being proud of ourselves, we were at this stage all suffering from ...
... check my bag each time in future. We make our way to our gate and find the little food court and grab some Burger King. I hadn't had a dirty burger and probably won't for a while either. The burger I got was so oily, the bread was wet by the time I started eating it and with each bite, it dropped onto the table creating a big pool by the end. It was foul but as with airports, there wasn't much selection in the three stores there in the food court. We head to the gate and ...
... heading back.
This afternoon was our first Spanish class. I noticed I picked things up when reading, but I had a horrible time with the speaking and listening. The teacher, Ruth, spoke almost exclusively in Spanish so that was nice. Note to self: get more sleep tonight. Hopefully it will help.
After class, we went back to the CEC for the last part of the day; the review of safety and health. We played a game much like Family Feud, but with three teams ...
... Tame - Ecuador's national airline. Somehow they lost or misplaced Kathy's reservation/ticket so she and Ed had to buy a last minute ticket and hope for reimbursement later. Thankfully the flight wasn't sold out! Around 12:15 they opened security and the same girl who printed our dot matrix printer boarding passes checked us through security, behind which was a larger room with chairs. We left on time with a plane full of oil workers. In Quito, we were met by the "mother" of ...
With only a couple hours of sleep the previous night, partly because the clubs next door didn't close till 4am. I wasn't expecting much from today, especially when I didn't know anyone and wasn't really game to go out exploring by myself.
The day didn't get of to the greatest start due to a lack of hot water throughout the hotel.
To my good fortune though I met a fellow Australian staying at ...