Hacienda Primavera Wilderness Ecolodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Left Mindo this morning and headed back to Quito. Arrived in Quito and dropped off about 6kg of washing! Then headed to the main square to do the hop on hop off bus. It was ok and good to see the city in one go and get a better perspective. However the highlight was getting off and looking for a place for lunch. Went into a place recommended on trip advisor. Turned out to ...
... game and Grudgeball went as well as I anticipated. They didn't care too much for the worksheets, but they diligently did them anyway. Thankfully. I really didn't want to talk more than I had too. And, again, thankfully, I didn't have to substitute. I turned in my register (which basically was turning in what I've been covering) and corrected the daily journals. ...
Morning session was cut short today so we could go to Spanish class early. The schedule for practice teaching didn't mesh with our original schedule so alterations had to be made. Hard to believe this is the last week of Spanish classes. I am planning to continue them on my own, but it's another indicator that orientation is coming to an end. ...
... juice was delicious. I will need to try more varieties as I come across them. There was a blackberry based juice (Mora?) that I am planning on trying next. The eggs were delicious! They made them with onion and tomato (called something starting with a p) and I will be bringing that recipe back with me.
After breakfast we got to know the rest of the group, played a few "get to know you" games and started going through the "Survival Guide to Quito" World Teach has ...
Temples to the Sun
Janurary 19th 2015
I am told by the locals that there are places in Ecuador similar but not as grand as Machu Picchu. One temple complex Quito Cochasqui was built near Quito to the Sun to give thanks for Life and to keep track of the seasons. The local referred to the sites a few times as highly energetic places.
A second temple ...