Hotel Boutique Orilla del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... I return. I would love to hear your thoughts on this as well. For now, start looking for flights and please enjoy the Galápagos while they still retain their perfect charming character. It seems like they are expensive (and they are) but just Google "Galapagos on a budget" and you'll get a dozen resources on money-saving tips. And of course, call me and I would love to share more about all my favorite places of these gorgeous islands. They have left a deep mark on my ...
... to go in the sea, it was lovely and warm with big waves, great fun.
Back at the hotel we had a farewell dinner as the rest of the team were flying home or onwards to other sections of their holidays.
As before the demonstrations seemed to be following us and the plan was that there would be a big demonstration against the President closing a lot of the streets and therefore making a trip to the airport problematic. Fabian decided that we all ...
... numerous stores selling the same thing - electronics, electrical goods, homewares and for some unfathomable reason, motorbikes! There would have been at least one per block (and they are small blocks). It was hard to understand how they remain viable.
Imported goods such as electronics tend to be very expensive mainly because the government imposes such a heavy import tax on them. However, in a country that does not impose income taxes, it seems churlish to complain - ...
So un-showered and quite disgusting we were on a very local bus for another 12 hours in another mobile freezer, you know it's uncommon for tourists to be on the bus when you are the only Gringoes in the terminal and people stand right in your face and stare. So another stop and another wait for a few hours for another bus to finally get us into Ecuador, thankfully only a 6 hour trip this time which was welcome as Martina hadn't got much healthier and ...
... bus times out of here. Gonna get 1am bus to Guayaqil but it was fully booked so booked onto the 10pm one instead. It will arrive in Guayaquil at 4:30am if it runs smooth and from there we will just find a bus to Mancora. Simones followin us again which has put a danper on things, for being 34 and a "seasoned traveller" she doesnt seem to be able to do anythin herself. She was meant to go to Montañita which i was so happy about but now she is going to ...