National Geographic : 1921 Oct
A RESTING PLACE ON AN ECUADOREAN TRAIL Under the eaves of the red-tiled roofs, the arrieros (muleteers) have tied a mule train, where the patient animals may stand all day. A woman with a jar is entering one of the houses, having been to the public water supply, an open stream which flows through the center of the little town. WELCOMING ANEW BISHOP TOLOJA The Ecuadoreans makemuch over allreligious celebrations, and when a new bishop of Loja was appointed thewhole city turned out to do him honor. Not only were thestreets decorated, butashe came to Loja from Cuenca, about aweek distant onAndean trails, he found decorations along the way, miles from any town.