Tangara Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a little and then went to meet the community group - Edu, Vic, Gemma, Freddie, Chris and Flynn we headed for a few beers. As the rest if the gang were staying at Edu's and he was back visiting family they headed off back to his mums and I went and met Marco and Ovi at the hostel. A quick change and the 3 of us headed out for food at a local place with Ovi's friend. Unfortunately steely this is where plans unravelled a bit as the others headed to our hostel where we weren't any ...
... and I even managed to gather I should take one pill every 8 hours. Another success. It was time for some sightseeing. I went to the central plaza to see the Cathedral, bit ended up with a pleasant surprise: the square was full of iguanas! At first I didn't notice them, but after I saw one (hard to miss, it was in de middle of the path) I saw more and more of them, in the grass, on the pavement, on the trees, iguanas ...
... card so I can use the translator and maps app out and about. Back on a bus and I guesstimated pretty accurately where I was and jumped off just before centenary park. I was only two blocks away and this is where I first encountered some nice strangers.
So waiting at the lights to cross to go towards the park some bloke with pretty good English asked me where I'm from. After what everyone has said about this place and knowing a few ways people try to rip you off or pick ...
It has been a long day today. I was up very early and I just got back to my hotel. The time is 9:30 pm and Daniel is picking me up again at 10:30 pm to go to an event close to the coast.
Today was a very rewarding and special day. I met ...
Today we walked along the malecon 2000 which is the recently re-developed waterfront of Guayaquil before we headed off to the barrio called las penas where this is an amazing viewpoint looking over the city, we ran into our friends who we had met on the bus the night before so we all climbed the 500 stairs together to get some amazing views of the ...