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SD to Quito Ecuador

ECUADOR | Friday, 6 June 2014 | Views [146] | Comments [2]

Fairly uneventful. The day before the trip I had my credit card fraudulently used at the Alli Baba restaurant in El Cajon. Had to close the account, the new credit card was FedEx to Quito. See picture of Hupert delivering my credit card. Going through TSA security at LAX, taking off my belt my pants hit the floor. I thought I was pretty quick but turned around and saw the woman behind me laughing hysterically I guess I was wrong. Anyhow, made it to Quito okay, watched Ecuador play soccer on TV at an outdoor bar. Lots of excitement, Ecuador lost. Nice hotel room, trying to figure out where to head next

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Received your Email and picture of the wall hanging. We preferred the picture on the journal site. Glad you know how to transfer the pictures now. Carol is really excited about following your journey on the Nomads site. We agree with Dave's comment about captions. Even without those, you are doing a job of keeping us on board your great adventure.

  Harris Jun 10, 2014 11:48 AM

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Bill,
Great pictures. Wow, you're not in Kansas anymore. I was talking with Sloan today and you and your world trek came up in our converation, so I went to your World Nomad blog. You must be having the time of your life. The scenery and architecture look amazing. I envy you. Best of luck out there. Ex-Rangers gotta root for one another. Have a blast. Stay safe sir, Jake

  Jake Enriquez Jun 12, 2014 12:26 PM

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