Not having much confidence in the river water the women were washing in, we soaked the veggies in apple cider vinegar and peeled them before roasting them in the oven. We cooked the beet greens, too. All Excellent!
We split the original bounty 3 ways...so, this amount was less than $2.
(This pic is a goat.)
We didn't get good pictures on this trip to share of the African sheep, but you can read and see them here:
Happy to report that we didn't have any altitude problems, like our first visit 2 years ago. Here is a picture of our first trip which was during our first couple months in Ecuador and we were still adjusting to the altitude. We were a little woozey. Not this time! We didn't even notice.
The trout farm/restaurant is called 'Dos Chorreras', meaning 2 waterfalls. We could see the waterfalls up in the mountains from the restaurant. Food was delicious! Nothing like fresh trout right out of the water.
Another day we went with Jason and Donna to check out some new construction. The dirt was RED!
Gorgeous setting, surrounded by the mountains.
We went back to the trout restaurant and a walk in the Cajas yesterday for Nancy's birthday.
We'll post those fun pictures tomorrow.