Team Guanabana heading towards Antizana. January 6, 2011

Hello family and friends,

Team Guanabana is now departing from Papallacta and travelling towards Antizana. We are looking forward to our encounter with the mighty volcano but at the same time we are feeling sorry that we have to leave this unique place. We had a very good time at Papallacta.
As you can see, we finally came up with a team name. Guanabana (also known as soursop)is a heart or oval-shaped tropical fruit. The skin of the Guanabana is green and our favorite juice here in Ecuador is made from its white pulp. The taste of the fruit is unique and difficult to describe but slightly reminds of pineapple. (Picture courtesy of Jugo Fácil Ecuador)

Back at you soon,

Jose Luis and Team Guanabana

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