Monthly Archives: April 2014

Monthly Archives: April 2014

Best way to see waterfalls on the Ruta de las Cascadas in Banos, Ecuador

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Though we’ve been in Baños for over a week, we hadn’t really seen any of the attractions yet. We did go on an ill-fated volcano tour, but we really wanted to see the waterfalls here, after enjoying rooftop views of the one here in town. There are three ways to go on the Ruta de Cascadas (waterfall route).


Salad.

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Ok. So back in Texas, I’m not big on salad. I’m more of a steak fajitas with melted butter kind of guy. It actually kind of annoys me that they give me little side salads with so many meals, it just seems wasteful. However, when traveling, I find that I start craving the stuff. Right now I’m on a tour of ecuadorian beach towns, which has meant lots of delicious seafood, mostly fried with rice, almost like paella. This stuff …


Rock Climbing in Banos, Ecuador

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On Saturday I went climbing in Banos, Ecuador, with Henry from Natural Magic. I highly recommend this group, as I also received excellent kayaking lessons from them, and they are one of the few outfits in town that offers paragliding, as some four members of their staff are pilots. The guides were very friendly, knowledgeable, and low-pressure. Henry, my guide for both kayaking and rock climbing, speaks English, and I recommend him to anyone visiting Banos.


Hot Springs in Banos, Ecuador

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Just came from the natural hot spring baths here in Baños, Ecuador. I’ve been to a number of hot springs before, in Colombia and Spain. What made this one different, though, was the spectacular waterfall right next to it.


Working Remotely – How to stay connected

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Working from the road, you tend to be constantly aware of the level of internet connectivity around you. You feel most comfortable in larger towns and cities with multiple internet sources and low probability of electrical failure. Sometimes, though, you want to go hang out in the jungle (or, cloud forest, where I am now). The best thing to do is set up your work so that you don’t have to be reachable 100% of the time, and train your …