We started our second day with a tour of Quito's historic old town. Famous for its colonial spanish architecture, this part of this city is a UNESCO world heritage site, and super charming to walk through. The highlight of the day was certainly the bell tower climb at the Basílica del Voto Nacional, which included a very sketchy wooden walkway above the ceiling of the cathedral, and incredible views at the top.
For the second half of the day we joined Irene in her classes, and got to be a part of the English lesson for the day (verb conjugations with "he" and "she"). Cary was an instant favorite due to his height and ability to turn kids upside down :)