Hola Amigas ! After more than a month in Ecuador we finally broke loose of Ecuador and are now in Peru. While we truly enjoyed, explored, toured, celebrated Christmas and New Years in Ecuador, it was time to get on down the road. We’ll certainly miss the cheap gas prices (making exploring the country onContinue reading “Ecuador you’ll be missed, Peru looking forward to explore!”
When we first entered town, heading straight for the zocalo, I was immediately distracted. I thought I saw a monkey just run past me, snatch a soda from a kid, open the bottle and attempt to drink the contents. I say attempt, because figuring out how to hold the bottle of soda right and notContinue reading “Monkeying around in Misahualli”
These last few weeks have been a whirlwind of travel and exploring Ecuador. From the Pacific coast, the Andes and down into the jungles of the Amazon, we’ve been smitten with this country. Cotopaxi and Chimborazo volcanoes, Banos volunteering, the Galapagos Islands, we’ve covered a lot of ground. It’s hard to say what’s been theContinue reading “This Ecuadorian Life”
I don’t want to bore you with a long story for now. I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Of course I’ll follow up with a story you’ll not want to miss about our trek from the Amazon, climbing Chimboroza and taking the “Nariz de Diablo” all in a few days. This Ecuadorian Life!
Thanks, Bryan Haines Our Perspective We knew before we moved to Ecuador that we were Gringos. And we have been called Gringos frequently – by store clerks, friends and even strangers on the street. I’ve gotten so used to it, I describe myself to Ecuadorians as “el Gringo” because its the easiest way to describeContinue reading “Is “Gringo” Offensive?”