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Ecuador -
Mount Chimborazo, Guamote & Cuenca  

Journal of Pollux & Titus

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May 2005



  Ecuador is very rich in market where the indians come from
the mountain to the city to do their shopping and sell their products...
Ambato :

Mount Chimborazo : highest point of Ecuador with 6310 m.

                                             La Gazelle at 4807 meters
Pascal oversizes Europe with 4850 meters                   we are above the clouds
                Mount Chimborazo

Guamote : a typical market in the mountains



sale of sheep, pigs, lamas...                             tailor
inevitable hat
as usual, pork is the main dish

  local transportation


Alausi :
  the only train in Ecuador carries only tourists.
the tradition is to travel on the roof of the carriage which are only used for the luggage

Cuenca : great colonial city. we are in the city just for the week festival for Jesus.
                every night, they send craft balloons and a fireworks
              in the middle of the crowd in front of the cathedral.




  a very nice and friendly time...

                                                           great typo for those two revolutionary liberators
                                                           building in lava stone
                                              town museum of modern art
              the festival is also full of delicacy in front of
              Titus amazed

                                                                 Pollux : autoportrait

                                          routine visit for la Gazelle

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