From Bottomless Lakes to Deserts, Ecuador to Northern Peru
I have been biking like a fool the last few weeks, making up for some time well spent in Colombia. I crossed through several types of terrain and cultures in Ecuador, surprised my host family who I learned Spanish from 3 years ago, and ate a bunch of bananas for about 5 cents a piece. Northern Peru has meant riding on flat ground along the coast and across the seriously large Sechura desert. I look forward to getting into Peru's Andes Mountains, some of the most beautiful in the world from what I hear. Quito, Ecuador to Trujillo, Peru 7/3 to 7/24
Ecuavoley, Ecuador's cooler version of volleyball, is heavily bet on and filled with intense arguments over the rules
My new American buddy Ryan on the first day of his trip, in the middle of stunning architecture in downtown Quito
At the base of Volcan Cotopaxi, couldn’t climb this one as it it closed off due to recent activity
Ecuatorianos seem to love statues, and I could make a book with all the incredibly random statues I saw. But the Peruvians made me giggle with this one, I think the dolphin is biting her hand.