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Stories and Tips Cotopaxi

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Week 92 - Cumbaya My Lord (Ecuador)

Written by Shady Ady on 03 Aug, 2007

With just two weeks left in Ecuador I thought it was about time to partake in a good old fashioned trip to the seaside, something I haven't really done since my childhood years, where many beaches in Great Britain were visited, almost always during the cheaper, colder,…Read More


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Week 90 & 91 - Brain Dead (Ecuador)

Written by Shady Ady on 31 Jul, 2007

As my time in Ecuador quickly comes to a close it's still hard to believe I'm leaving, especially considering my appalling level of Spanish. With other volunteers who have been here for the majority of my stay also disappearing, my departure is quickly becoming a…Read More


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Week 89 - Mystic Ninja (Ecuador)

Written by Shady Ady on 01 Jul, 2007

With my marathon in Quito (www.maratondequito.com) looming I headed to the countries capital, full of hope and determination at something resembling success. I'm happy to say this was achieved, completing the marathon at an altitude of 2,800m with only two-weeks training, taking in the sights…Read More


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Week 93 - This Old Man (Ecuador)

Written by Shady Ady on 05 Aug, 2007

Who would believe the dream is now over. A year after entering Ecuador and receiving my first taste of rose plantation life; feeling a little vulnerable, friendless and with a total lack of Spanish, I have now left this country, still vulnerable, still virtually friendless and…Read More


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