In this entry I decided I’d talk about how things are in the clinic where I work. Everyday I catch bus # 47 which is a frightening experience in and of itself. The traffic and driving in
So after the bus I walk though a really rough part of town: I couldn't take pictures of some of the places because... I was afraid my camera would be stolen so I was very selective. I don't feel like the pictures do it justice so try to imagine the ares 10x's poorer than those pictured.
A lot of the pics were taken by my friends Linnie and Liz who were also in Ecuador
This is from the bus, most kids where uniforms to school.
A shop vendor seen from the bus, nearly all of the stores have bars on them.
This is a flower market/cafe we drive by every day.
A typical house in Guayaquil.
Still traveling on the bus.
My arch nemesis! There are chickens and dogs in the streets everywhere! (Those of you who know me well know that I'm afraid of chickens)
Who could say no to faces like this? (kids we saw in Cuenca)
I spend my day behind the safety of this fence.