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2010-07-15 07:40
We unloaded our minimal baggage from the canoe and proceeded into the clearing. In the clearing there was a series of 3 huts. One was the kitchen and dining room, one was the guests’ b… Read More
2010-06-19 13:06
Organising the trip to the jungle was a strange expereince. We had to get a bus to an oil town 7 hrs away then meet “Jorge” at a cafe. As far as we could tell lots of things coul… Read More
2010-06-19 12:47
We arrived in Quito and got a taxi to the reknowed hostel called the “Secret Garden” in the old town. Annoyingly there was no space for we headed into the new town . We found a p… Read More
2010-06-06 23:06
 We arrived at the hostel. Managed to get a twin room for the price of a dorm. Was rather disconcerting as everyone was warning us how dangerous the area was and how dangerous the buses… Read More
2010-06-06 22:48
 We stayed in Santa Marta another two nights. The first day was pure relaxation in front of the pool, TV and reading. This was due to Jamie and I´s horrendous sun burn. Personally… Read More
2010-06-06 22:28
We landed safely after some serious turbulence and a rocky landing. Our taxi driver (un)surprisingly was drunk but in good form got us there in record time. After a welcomed sleep at the Pla… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
The bus tickets we bought from Cuenca was for Tumbles but the route took us to Machala first. We got on the bus and settled into the ride. The next thing I remember was Jamie grabbing me and… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
Back in the big city (Quito) we decided to get a better idea of the city by heading up the vernier to the top of the overlooking mountain. We got a taxi there and bought a ticket. Thankfully… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
We got up early and went to pick up the English and German folk from the Shaman’s home. On route we passed a couple indigenous tribal hamlets. They seems to be self sufficien… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
The next day we got up early and went bird watching just after dawn. Some of the birds were quite comical. As I often do, when nature watching, I daydreamed. As always I humanised the birds… Read More

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