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Republic of Ecuador
Republic of Ecuador

Ecuadorian Baths & Colonial Towns
Banos
We took the three hours bus ride from Quito to Banos. Banos, meaning "Baths" in Spanish, is a quaint little town right smack in a valley surrounded by both dry, bro... more
Posted by SUEP in South America – Banos, Ecuador – December 13, 2005

Outside Quito, Into The Country
We visited a few spots today outside Quito. Felt very much like the countryside and farmlands, as these small towns seem to be more peaceful and laid-back. Fresher air too - Quito buses bust out lots ... more
Posted by SUEP in South America – Quito Surrounds, Ecuador – December 9, 2005

Me-fuddled
jp = japanese, sp = spanish, ch = chinese, fr = french

Ariga..gracias = Than(jp)..Thank you(sp)

Si, duo sao?..cuanto cuesta? = Yes(sp), how much(ch)?..How much?(sp)

El lago, namae? = The lake... more
Posted by SUEP in South America – Quito, Ecuador – December 9, 2005

More Quito Highlights
Taking the cable car up Telerifiqo, around 13,177 feet or so, you can get a view of all of Quito from north to south (you won't need to walk around a hill to see sections of Quito, like you do on... more
Posted by SUEP in South America – Quito, Ecuador – December 8, 2005

Colorful Quito
Quito turned out to be a town sitting on top of a plateau/mountain, and then sprawling into valleys. Buildings are quite colorful and some of them reminded me of parts of Los Angeles and San Miguel to... more
Posted by SUEP in South America – Quito, Ecuador – December 7, 2005

Made It To Quito, Somewhat
So Rick and I made it to Quito via a red-eye flight on American Airlines (from the west coast with a stopover in Miami). Our backpacks didn't - guess we will really be minimalist backpacking now,... more
Posted by SUEP in South America – Quito, Ecuador – December 5, 2005

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