Wednesday, April 23, 2008


For a week and a half i had the privilege of volunteering at Katitawa School school in Salasaca. Here are a few photos of the wonderful students of Katitawa. If you want to know more about the school or info on how to volunteer they have a blog: Katitawa School

The road to school

The princess of plants

The tallest student in school

posted by Justin at 11:36 am  

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Quito – part 2

A few more photos from around Quito

The streets of the historic center of the city

The local Klan rally…. oh wait, maybe those are San Franciscan monks… I can never tell the difference

The Hare Krishna’s parading around during holy week

A chica (ohhhh multi-lingual joke!)

Some funky architecture

And what is this lovely and inviting pla
ce? Why it’s the American embassy of course! Needless to say Justin was harassed by soldiers and almost had his (Joe’s) camera confiscated in the ordeal…. Really charming people those (North) Americans

Here, as in most pla
ces in the world, advertising really reflects the reality on the street

The town of Guápulo down below

The road down to Guápulo

posted by Justin at 2:50 pm  

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Mi vida

A few photos from my day-to-day life here in Quito.

My new APT. It’s what’s behind the green door

My room

My room, slightly more lived in

The view from the kitchen. It’s either raining, or about to rain

The Spanish school

What happens every day around 3 or 4 o’clock

What i actually spend most of my time doing

Fixing the light in the bathroom. Was a bit challenging, but in the end was met with success

Being sick from the cold

Some wine to help the studying

“I cried because i didn’t have shoes, until i saw a child who didn’t have feet” – Guayasamin

posted by Justin at 2:11 pm  

Sunday, February 17, 2008


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