A day in Guayaquil

We’ve been here for twenty-eight days, slowing down and adapting to a warm and quiet city life. Every morning around 7.50 AM, an old man wearing a purple cap on a creaky bike sings out with a husky voice “Piiiña…” after three seconds of silence “Papaaayya” … he continues. His bike is equipped with a […]

eating grains of the earth

Clouds do not hover high above the earth, instead they seamlessly meld over, amidst and into the highlands ragged landscapes of dark burnt-grey rock and deep dusty-olive greenery. The white fabric of Quito that pools, like thick molten lava, around the foot of the highest mountain I have climbed is starkly contrasted by it’s stunning […]