Ecuador Photo Diary


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Little did I know, each mountain had a story to tell and so did I.

For me, travel usually means always being “on the go.” If I’m in a new country, I’ll naturally want to dip my toes into each body of cultural water that the country has to offer. But sometimes it’s good to visit those places, like Ecuador, that force you to just sit and think.

Well, I didn’t have much of a choice, because every day I found myself on 3-hour bus rides to lagoons or 6-hour journeys to the countryside. After an hour of blasting music or watching Argentine slap-comedies, I’d take a nap. The nap, lasting an hour max, would soon be over.

Then when I woke up, it was just me, nature, and the foggy window between us.

Quilotoa Lagoon

Mitad del Mundo

Café Mosaico

Compud, Chimborazo

Mitad del Mundo

Quilotoa Lagoon

Leprechaun Bar (get their maté tea… it’s so good!)

Compud, Chimborazo

Papallacta Springs

Historical Center of Quito


Whoever said, “overcast isn’t cute,” is a dang liar!

Which countries should we hit up next in South America?



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