Yarina Eco Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... normal pace, but with 3 short stops to catch our breath and drink some water, after 2 hours we reached the rocky outcrop at the top. Once there, at the sight of the stepped rocks and plenty of rock handles, I was immediately tempted to rock-climb to the top as opposed to taking the path around and to the back, where one can climb to the summit via the sand slopes.
We saw a man climbing down and asked how long it took to get to the ...
... we are in the wrong area of the terminal and international is the other end. We had gone down the other end just prior and not seen anything about Viva Colombia, but we grab our stuff and make our way back. After walking around for a while, we ask an airport worker where the check in is, and she says it should open in a few minutes. So we sit down on the ground and wait for the counter to open before heading down and getting into line. We are a few people back and the line ...
... that sold school supplies. Monales Mora, I believe the name was. The employees were polite and spoke enough English with my Spanish to get my purchases made. And I spent $3 and some change on three notebooks (with the type of lines I wanted) as opposed to $5 on one that wasn't in the format I wanted.
Also picked up an umbrella. Just in case. I'm sensing a theme in the weather here even if there wasn't any rain today (thankfully as I didn't have ...
... that almost crashed - I still can't believe we didn't. Our first stop was the Equator. It was pretty cool and enjoyable taking photos. We then headed into town, had lunch and spent an hour at the markets. I can't believe we were haggling when things were so cheap. We all got cool "happy" pants for $5 each . We then planned to spend the rest of the afternoon packing for the Amazon - however, on our return to the hotel we discover our luggage ...
... which happened a few other times and is not uncommon when you cannot understand the conductor's slurred announcements. We arrived at the school, quickly checked in and got started on our 1-2-1 instruction with Myra (Jenn's maestra) and Lorrena (Paul's). There are Spanish schools aplenty in Quito, but we selected this one because they offered 1-2-1 instruction for the same price that other schools offered for group classes, which was good for us as ...