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... up the first hill from the border crossing, I had literally no legs, and no energy. Even the slowest riders were pulling away. I had trouble staying with Dan who was suffering as well. We were unbelievably slow and it was very very hard. A mental exercise knowing we had 80km of this before we arrived at lunch. There were some nice descents after the initial long climb of 30km and some steep, short rolling terrain. Ecuador is beautiful. The people are very very very short ...
... go, and the two small blades and the birdīs beak. She bought them as a young girl on a trip to Paris.Thus, we began a long and lengthy process to try and recover these small sizzors. To spare all the details, but to summarize our journey I will list the events.
-Forbidden objects found--- Prohibido
-Pleas for us to be able to mail them to US... Prohibido!
-Barb cried while I began lying my ass off...Prohibido
-I explained that ...
... which to buy some souvenirs before heading home.
It was a wonderful day out and we were so glad that we had done it, we made a quick batch of pasta a settled down to watch a little bit of COPA America. A soccer competition run throughout South America. It was the first game and Ecuador were playing Chile. we managed to watch the first half before retiring to bed.
Another early morning heading out with Omar and a relatively new tour group (no rude Israeli’s) to ...
... and two of us went to the last artisan market four blocks away. We just went for a quick gander but there was definitely some nice things available. I'm will have to consider coming back to it when I'm back in Quito. At 18:00 we had our pre departure meeting and we met the four new people joining the trip. One is from Germany, one from the UK, and a couple from Australia. This next part of the trip we leave Ecuador and head into ...
... Quito fell through, presumably after the owner found someone willing to pay the full cost. But it worked out ok, we got somewhere cheaper instead.
We wouldn't be staying in the centre of town, this is both good and bad. We would have to travel to see the sights in the centre, but we would also be staying in a real neighbourhood, seeing how life really is.
We are in the barrio of Marianna de Jesus neither pretty nor ...
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