This journey was memorable to me its uniqueness. I would call it “Traveling first time”: first time in Latin America, the first time below the Equator, etc.
So my puteshestvie began with the landing in Ecuador’s capital, Quito. It was evening and pervich memories remain chaotic lights and dark narrow streets. The next day we went to walk around the city. To start, we went up the hill with a viewing platform “El Panecillo”. On top of the statue of the Saint, and with a significant hill offers amazing views of the city.
The city was struck by its diversity: from narrow dirty streets, to Shikari temples with expensive furnishings.
Plaza San Francisco
Iglesia de la compañía
Iglesia de El Sagrario
Iglesia de Basilica
And almost everywhere you can see IT!
In the evening you can stroll along the “Calle de La Ronda”. There are many restaurants with live music, as well as people demonstrating their talents. Napomnit our Arbat.
The next place that you want to visit, is 40 minutes from the city and is called “Monumento Mitad del Mundo” or the Middle, or Equator line. Unforgettable standing with one foot in North plecarii and the other in the South.
If poverty is not felt, then 30 minutes into the mountains and you find yourself in a different world, where Continue reading