todo es posible en ecuador

I left Arutam this morning. Hopped on the first bus  headed north, with no plan or idea of where I would end up. My only intention was to end somewhere with a good vibe. And here I am, in Salasaca, Ecuador, in between Banos and Ambato, in a little village nestled in the Andes,  at a $1/day school, with volunteers from around the world, and native Quichua speakers with huge smiles on their faces, and a view that is out of this world. Life is good. This place is magical. Something beautiful is in the air in this community, and I am happy to be breathing it in.


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    Adrienne Hearne

    These are excerpts taken from my summer travel journal. While telling the story of my summer, they also express my different experiences of culture shock, being an individual  living in a collective culture.