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Tag Archives: Ecuador
Saturday 31/12/04 Guayaquil is a facinating city. I spend four hours walking along the Malecon, a 3.5 kilometre concrete seafront promenade, artistically designed by a team of Oxford University landscape artists. Attractions include a Yacht Club, several monuments of local … Continue reading
Ecuador, 2005. We have to be at the station by 6 am to claim the best seats on a special tourist train journey to the Devil’s Nose, and there is a fierce scramble for them. Five of us climb onto the … Continue reading
Ecuador 4. We are granted a lie-in on our first day at Misahualii (800ft above sea level), but I get up early to spot birds – plenty of calls, tantalising in the dense foliage. After breakfast Diego takes us on … Continue reading
14/12/2004. Ecuador 2. After an early rise we trudge up a mountain path through the tropical forest and I stop to record my first Tanager and Toucan. There are birds everywhere and I’m so excited I don’t know where to look … Continue reading