Thursday, October 17, 2013

Travel Feet


It was an honor and privilege to have the opportunity to travel to Ecuador with a dear friend, recently. My senses were filled with new tastes, sights, aromas, and more. I did my best to make good use of my camera, capturing at least 1000 photos, 958 of which I did not delete. While we flew to Quito and rode in cars and even a train, my feet did lots of work as well. Since they were responsible for ensuring I got the most out of my trip, here is a synopsis of our travels from the perspective of my feet.
Equator in Ecuador South America | Navigating Hectivity by Micki Bare
My left foot is in the Southern Hemisphere,
and my right is in the Northern Hemisphere.
My shadow rests on the Equator! 

Papallacta Volcanic Hot Springs Ecuador | Navigating Hectivity by Micki Bare
My feet had the opportunity to relax beyond
anything they'd ever imagined in the
volcanic hot springs in Papallacta.

Quito Bus Tour Ecuador | Navigating Hectivity by Micki Bare
On the bus tour of Quito, were these feet walked
the peak of El Panecillo for an up-close view of
the statue of the Virgin Mary and a panoramic
view of the city of Quito, Ecuador.

San Pablo Lake Ecuador | Navigating Hectivity by Micki Bare
After lots of walking at the market in
Otavalo, it was nice to relax lakeside
at San Pablo Lake.

Tren Tour of Ecuador | Navigating Hectivity by Micki Bare
On Friday, my feet settled in on the train for
a beautiful tour of the countryside of Ecuador.

Pacific Ocean Ecuador | Navigating Hectivity by Micki Bare
My left foot was the first part of my body to
experience the Pacific Ocean. The sand was
so soft and the water was warm and inviting.

Micki Bare, mother of three, wife, daughter & writer is the author of Thurston T. Turtle children's books. 
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2 comments:

  1. Amazing photos and narration. Thank you for sharing a part of the world that I know I will never see.

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