andinismo – Julieta Muñoz
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30 Apr

Chimborazo, closer to the sun

Meet-up at the parking lot on Shyris Avenue at 10 am. After some delays and technical stops, we were all set and ready to drive south. We stopped for lunch in Ambato city. Our lead guide assured us that he knew just the perfect place for a hearty lunch. He wasn't mistaken. We ate at Los Cuyes Restaurant, which specializes in roasted guinea pig and rabbit. As an aspiring vegan, I was not thrilled, but I must say that everyone's meal looked good. I had a big salad with broad...