Last Day in Mashpi

Friday, January 11, 2019

On this, our last day in Mashpi, we took a short hike where we observed a few more birds, butterflies, and even a millipede and an iguana. The iguana flexed his throat in agitation, he looked almost fluorescent against the wall he was occupying.

We left Mashpi at 11:30 for our bumpy, winding trip back to Quito. It’s a bit of a bone shaker. If we weren’t wearing our seatbelts, we’d find it difficult to remain in our seats.

We get up very early tomorrow morning, so it was early to bed tonight.

About kcbernick

I love to travel.
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