Next stop: Riobamba, a 2 hour busride from Alausi. The countryside out the window was beautiful, rolling green hills, cows, and steeper green mountains in the background. Below are pictures of Chimborazo Volcano. And this is Al Altar volcano, extinct since prehistoric times. There's a lake at the top. This was taken out of my hotel window. (Excuse the power lines.) First, I wanted to rappel down Hotel Zeus, which was right near my hotel. So I went and asked. They said they need a minimum of 5 people before they'll set it up. Nobody else in town was interested so I didn't get to go. This is how high it was! I asked if I could go in and take pictures from the top floor and they said yes so I ordered a beer. Five minutes later they said there's a private event so I can't go. I chugged the beer and went onward. The next day, I decided to go try to find the religious art museum. It supposedly has some art piece that's pure gold, inl
Follow my experiences fro an onsite CELTA class in Montanita to Loja, where I worked as a teacher of EFL. Teaching English as a foreign language was an exciting experience, as was immersing myself in the culture of Ecuador. I also traveled to Cuenca, Riobamba, Banos, Quito, and The Galapagos Islands after my teaching stint was over.