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The place appears to be marking the right equatorial line as per GPS (I guess it was not bad the French were 200 meters off over 200 years ago). The guides are nice and everyone has fun with some demonstrations. The “museum“ could be better....More
This is not the main Mitad del Mundo tourist attraction through which the equator does not run. This is a little off the beaten track but does have the equator running through it. It has a bunch of historic exhibits, but the main attraction is...More
A variety of effects, such as the usual Coriolis sink plug are demonstrated with a helpful guide. You get a bit more than you expect and it is all quite well done. You get an accurate equatorial line to play with and it is quite...More
See how water circulation at the equator, the northern hemisphere and the Southern Hemispheres. Maybe you can balance an egg on a nail head at the equator, I couldn’t but many did.
Did you know you weigh 2.2 pounds less on the equator line? The...More
Busy place. We had fun. They offer a guide to take groups around various exhibits mostly about indigenous peoples.
The highlight is about five activities about the equator including the official equator line. Entertaining and interactive ... but fake. For example, they show water draining...More
This is the place to balance an egg on a nail, see water circle in different directions on either side of the line and fall straight over the equator, find local art and have a general good time with a bit of history thrown in....More