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Spanish Project 1082013

Spanish Project 1082013

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Published by Adrian H. Ortega
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THE QUILOTOA LOOP
It’s a high mountain rage surrounded by multiple lakes and villages. The villages survive off the tourismand it’s filled with little hostels, shops, and restaurants native to the Andean villages.
 
BANOS
It is a city that leads into
the Amazon jungle. It’s near an active volcano called ‘Tungurahua’ and issurrounded by dense green forest and hot springs. It’s usually overwhelmed with locals and tourist and
many foreigner friendly activities are ready for one to attend.
 
COTOPAXI VOLCANO
Arguably one of the most splendid places in Ecuador, it’s like the set of an modern day action movie. It is
the high volcano in the world and the peak of the mountain contrast the blue sky of the CotopaxiProvince. You can scale, bike, or climb the mountain and stay at a hostel.
A BRIEF OUTLOOK ON ECUADOR 
With a population of 15,223,680 and a big capital named Quito, Ecuador is actually only as big asNevada. It is made of mostly coast, jungles, and highlands and is adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. Thenative language is Quechua but mostly Spanish is spoken.
 
It is a republican government and most people that reside there are Roman Catholic. They use USDollars and their major export is petroleum, fish, timber, hydropower, and other agriculture-basedtrades.
A descendent of the Inca Empire, it was conquered by Spanish conquistadors in 1534. The country didn’tgain their freedom till 1822. And lastly, they didn’t settle their borders disputes with Peru and other
nations till the 1970s.

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