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Jujudo

Trip Report Canoa: sea, surf and pain!

20/06/2015 - Canoa - Ecuador If "relax" was a city, it would be Canoa in Ecuador. As soon as you arrive here, you feel stressfree. You feel peace running through your body. It is a small city. You just walk 200 meters from the bus stop and you are o

Jujudo

Trip Report Selva Y Vida

Sunday, the 3rd of May - 8a.m. Seventy-hours since I left France, I am in my room in Hotel Plaza in the city of Macas, headtown of the province of Morona Santiago. The project director Cesar knocks. I open the door and he starts speaking to me in Sp

Jujudo

Trip Report Animal Shelter

On the Saturday 30th of May, I take the bus to go from Macas to Cuenca. It is a 7 hours bus ride. At mid-way the road becomes so dizzying that I am heart-in-mouth looking at the landscape! We are in the mountains and there are no fences. Sometimes it

Katharina Kurz

Trip Report Cotopaxi Nationalpark

Katharina Kurz

Trip Report Quilotoa Lagune

Katharina Kurz

Trip Report Baños

             

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Trip Report Day 18 : “The hardest part of a trip is the journey back home”

I’m in France now. It’s over. Already. I came back. I said goodbye to all my Ecuadorian friends, who are now my brothers and sisters. I said goodbye to this wonderful country, where we discovered what “brotherhood” means. We were all silent i

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Trip Report Day 3 : why so many bumps !?

I knew that Ecuador is a mountainous country, as it’s crossed by the Andes. I was aware I would see wonderful landscapes, climbed up to 3200m, and met volcanoes which never sleep. However, I honestly didn’t think that the roads too would be so bu

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Trip Report Day one : a long journey over the ocean

It was a sunny Saturday of July. We just got our A-level results (we call it “Baccalauréat” in France) and while most of our fellow mates were going on holidays, we were boarding in a plane to Madrid. But we didn’t have time to enjoy spanish t

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Trip Report Introduction

I was only 17 when I left my country for the most astonishing journey I made : a volunteer experience in Ecuador. Even if I think no words can relate how amazing it was, I’ll try to share this journey with you.

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