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Pick-Step-Step: Trekking Ecuador’s Cotopaxi

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We drove in silence, too weary to even discuss our destination. We didn’t need to speak, all three of us shared the same torments; legs that felt like jelly from the ascent, throbbing headaches that belittled our worst hangovers, and…

Ecuador

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Ecuador, maart 2015 Het voordeel van Ecuador is dat je -in tegenstelling tot ons vorige land Colombia- overal naar toe kan. Het is een stabiel land en je hoeft geen rekening te houden met een ‘FARC’ of andere groepering. Ecuador…
Road construction was at every end of the country.

On the Road in Ecuador

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In Ecuador we drove through mountains in the northeast, went west across highlands and rainforests, to arrive in the desert on the Pacific coast. Throughout the three week journey, evidence of the massive highway project was everywhere. The goal is…
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The Middle of the World

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Ecuador was to provide us with another milestone. We exchanged our 110 horse power for 2 horse power, one each. Jim, feeling like Clint Eastwood but bearing little resemblance other than in his own imagination, took to a horse for…
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Home, sweet home und weiter nach Kolumbien!

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Kilometerstand Anfang: Pifo bei Quito (Ecuador): 20.245 km Ankunft: Las Lajas (Kolumbien): 20.576 km Gesamtetappe: 331 km Die Galápagos-Woche war sehr toll und intensiv, nichtsdestotrotz waren wir froh, wieder „zu Hause“ im MePa zu sein. Am Sonntagmittag waren wir zwei…
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Moving on … Ecuador

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After 3 days relaxing, mostly horizontal in a hammock, it was time to move on. Reading the guide book and various info on the net it seemed the easiest way across the border into Ecuador was through Macara and this…
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„Dolphins, Dolphins!!!“ – Galápagos Teil III

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Donnerstag – Punta Cormorant, Corona Diablo und Post Office Bay (Isla Floreana) Morgens landeten wir an der Punta Cormorant der Isla Floreana nass an, nachdem wir eine Gruppe Blaufußtölpel aus nächster Nähe beobachtet hatten. Bei der Landung platschte ein sehr…
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Church of the Bandidos

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Remember how great it was getting up every Sunday morning to get ready for church? Yeah, me neither. Me and my brother would make up every kind of excuse not to go…”Dad’s not going”, “I have to go on a…
Auf dem Weg zum Kicker Rock

Schnorcheln mit Schildkröten und Seelöwen – Galápagos Teil II

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Dienstag – Kicker Rock, Cerro Baccha und Isla Lobos (Isla San Cristóbal) Am Montagabend hatten wir Puerto Ayora verlassen und waren über Nacht in Richtung der östlichsten Insel des Archipels, Isla San Cristóbal, geschippert. Schon früh morgens konnte man aus…
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Schiff ahoi! – Galápagos Teil I

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Wir sind zurück von den Galápagos-Inseln und einer traumhaften Woche. Eine einzigartige Tierwelt, beeindruckende Erlebnisse, ein schönes Schiff und eine sehr nette Reisegruppe – wir sind mehr als zufrieden! In der Lastminute-Suche hatten wir uns für eine Kreuzfahrt auf der…
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Quito und Umgebung

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Kilometerstand Anfang: Mitad del Mundo (Ecuador): 20.073 km Ankunft: Pifo bei Quito (Ecuador): 20.245 Gesamtetappe: 172 km  Nachdem wir in Mitad del Mundo Nordhalbkugelluft geschnuppert hatten, ging es zurück auf die Südhalbkugel. Wir waren uns nicht sicher, ob wir am…
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Plaza de Ponchos

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The oldest market in Ecuador and one of the biggest in South America is in the Plaza de Ponchos, Otavalo. This is the square in the center of the market, which overflows into neighboring streets in every direction and takes…
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Im Zentrum der Welt: Mitad del Mundo

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Kilometerstand Anfang: El Carmen (Ecuador): 19.887 km Ankunft: Mitad del Mundo (Ecuador): 20.073 km Etappe: 186 km Wir hatten also die Küste verlassen und waren in Richtung der ecuadori-anischen Hauptstadt Quito unterwegs. Unser Weg führte uns kurz vor Quito das…
The superbowl party at our house in Cuenca. (Clockwise from center left: Melanie & Justin,

Travels in Southern Ecuador with Friends

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After returning to Cuenca we met up with our friends Melanie and Justin (FB page: “Lost in the Americas”) where we shared an apartment with them for a week. We’re both headed to Peru so we have decided to travel…
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The End of Vacation

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Rice. Beans.Tortillas. Beer. Rice. Beans. Tortillas. Beer. Rice. Beans…..Fried Chicken….Beer…. It’s two months into our trip and this diet has been on repeat for weeks. For anyone that’s travelled in Latin America, you may know what it feels like to…

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