Ecuador

A million years ago when I wrote my last post, I did a wee bit of whining.

Thank you for your attention.

-I needed it.

Now I will repay you.

For you, I will attempt to do something.

…something I have attempted many times.-failing however-

I WILL BLOG FROM THE ROAD.

Blogging from the road is:

-Mosquito filled internet cafes

-Battling small electronic devices

-Camera-cord mishaps and

-A nail biting test of will

But considering my recent state of employment, it’s time to channel my inner international correspondent.

Saturday I will land in Quito, Ecuador. I have plans to: trek into the jungle, climb an active volcano, and ride IV and V class whitewater rapids.

I now pledge to capture these in the internet-jar for your examination and enjoyment.

There will be food and drinks, and knowing that you will be stopping by will make me keep my promise.

Talk soon,

Devon

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12 comments:

  1. Devon, it sounds like an adventure! I can't wait to hear all about it as you go!

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  2. what a great adventure - have a wonderful time!

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  3. I'm so jealous. Have a great time. Eat everything you possibly can. I'll have to live vicariously through you. And take as many pictures as possible. I'm excited to read about your adventures in Ecuador. Enjoy!

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  4. Wow! Have fun and be careful! I loved Ecuador though I'm sure your experience will be quite different. Just be sure to lock up your stuff and don't carry much with you. I know I sound like a Mom, but trust me ;)

    ENJOY!!!

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  5. have a great time! can't wait to hear about your adventure!

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  6. We are looking forward to your mosquito infested posts from Ecuador... ;)

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  7. I am looking forward to a post written at the edge of a volcano! very exciting. Travel safe and keep us posted.

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  8. Welcome back! Looking forward to your posts out on the road.

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  9. I cannot wait to experience Ecuador through you! Awesome!

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  10. What you are saying here reminds me to the Ecuador travel I did 3 years ago.... it was amazing! want to come back!!!

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