Hotel Boutique Orilla del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... over its head. Awoken from its slumber this rather larger creature showed off its size, by standing up and outstretching its neck as high as it could and hissing at us. To be fair I'd react a similar way if someone dumped water on my head if I was sleeping too. After our visit to see the turtles, we headed into one of the oldest parts of Guayaquil, which had beautiful colonial houses, a lot of which are now art galleries and little boutiques, and a little way further ...
... our way up through the island to the ferry. It took about 35minutes then you transfer onto a small passenger ferry which is about 5 minutes then the fun begins to wait for another bus to the airport.! We didn't get the first one because it was already full then it was a bit of a fight onto the next one. It was a totally ridiculous system!! They need someone organising the lines so it makes it fair for the first come first ...
... by black clouds and it was raining as we disembarked into a taxi boat for the short trip to the pier. The Ecuadorians we had travelled with were in a jovial mood, even asking the taxi driver to return to the launch where Dad had left his water bottle (actually his **** pot) floating in the sea. I was not sure they would have returned for the bottle if they knew what he did with it. “Don't lean over the side,” one Ecuadorian said to my ...
... along the Malecon 2000. The apparent nicest part of town and the safest. When we checked in the girl told us she didn't have our reservation and we couldn't get into the dorm until the next night, but she had a private room with ensuite for 40% off! plus the 10% we get for our hola card. We agreed and went up to the room. 2 floors, 3 beds, a bathroom and a TV with cable. Score! We went to the mall to run a few errands and had a delicious hamburger with real meat and ...
... the plane ride I arrived into Guayaquil and was determined to have a better experience here than the previous one. Well I got into the taxi and told him the address. After driving around for about 45 minutes looking, stopping, asking everyone where it was we eventually found the hidden, not very well sign posted hostel. As I entered the hostel there wasn't a sign of anyone, great, another empty hostel. The staff were really nice though. ...