Sunday, April 20, 2008


Ambato and Salasaca

Life is a game

An amazing topiary park in Ambato


The favored local transport

The spectacular skies of Salasaca

Is there a story of the 2 little pigs?

Wild fields of Chamamile

The coolest bar in Salasaca… or anywhere else for that matter.

posted by Justin at 11:31 am  

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Blowing ash

Lligua, Ecuador.

Lligua is a village just outside of Baños.

Tungurahua blowing smoke

The precision of nature

The house is over 100 years old and was converted from being a mill

My desk

It’s the size of a grapefruit but it’s actually a lemon

posted by Justin at 10:39 am  

Sunday, March 30, 2008


My first real venture outside of Quito… I head southeast to the small town of Baños, so named for it’s volcanic hot springs.

Termas la virgen

I rented a bike and rode down towards the Amazon basin along the “route of the waterfalls”

Pilsener: Ecuador’s national beer

Parque central in Baños

for being a small town Baños has some fantastic grafitti

posted by Justin at 9:49 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  
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