Hot Spots Lodge
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Galapagos to Cuyabeno
On arriving back in Quito from Galapagos, I finally figured out how to buy data on my phone for a reasonable price, thanks to a helpful fella at the Claro shop in the shopping centre adjacent to the airport. So, while riding the extremely reasonably priced ($2) and frequent bus back into town I investigated and ended up booking a 4-day tour of the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, 250km to the east. This meant that I had to change buses when I got into the ...
A late start this morning: 5.30 am with breakfast at 6 and canoe at 6.30. This morning we travelled by canoe to a tower in the middle of the Yasuni national part. 35 metres up and above the tree canopy. From here with the aid of a telescope and binoculars we saw masses of birds and a three toed sloth! Just amazing. Next a walk on the jungle floor, where happily the temperature was much cooler, to see frogs and birds and ...
Leaving Quito at 11pm via bus for Lago Agrio in the north of Equador, we could **********tain our excitement that we were heading into the Amazon Jungle for 5 days. It has certainly always been a dream of mine and it was surreal to think that we were actually going to be doing it now. The bus trip to Lago Agrio was apparently not so great. As we crossed the Andes we ascended through the clouds before descending into the lower lying area that forms the beginning stages of the ...
... monkey, blue and yellow macaws, the frog that has poisonous back and was used by locals for hunting and numerous spiders and other insects an interesting walk. It was however unfortunate that our guide was very rushed and the physical side of things some of the group found exhausting. In the afternoon we did a boat ride using ...
... village and watched and helped a lady take out roots (like casava) then peel, cut and grate them, then wrung out out all the water, then sived the flesh of the root to put in a big pan/plate which was on the fire to make wraps- it was interesting and tasted good, but the activity is generally done to encourage tourism and to give them money, we also had young kids showing us their wares. Although the rain ...