Tangara Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... offices to open, where there was no buses for the next day meaning we had to go that evening, but not to Ecuador, to another northern **** heap town and change buses there, we would have to soldier on and booked for that day. People had told us the city was beautiful, whoever said that hadn't been to Cusco or Arequipa because outside of an OKish town sq the place was a dump, so we grabbed some brekkie and then went to Maccas to get some WiFi, at which ...
... will start construction on a new large 5 star hotel next year. Finally I was constantly wondering where the revenue from the 200,000 international visitors each paying the $100 entrance fee was going…..
We arrived in Guayaquil in the early evening and met David and Chaby as planned for dinner. I hope to be seeing David in Europe this summer. The following day we were back in cold misty Lima, awaiting the final leg of this trip - ...
... and we went to Pescador, her mums restaurant, again and her boss shouted. Like I've said before, everyone in Ecuador has been friend and generous. It's a great place.
I had nothing to do for the afternoon so decided to jump on a bus and get off wherever looked good. I had an idea if number 52's circuit from last time I was here. Decided to walk the other half of the Malecón that I didn't see last time. This was not as cool, ...
... 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 ...
... to book a return flight and didn't know whether I could withdraw enough cash to actually get into the Galapogas! So I came up with a plan.
I remembered that when I arrived at the B&B I was able to pay by card, so I asked the host whether I could pay him by card for cash. And it worked! Only cost me 5%. And now I could relax! So I booked my return flight and looked forward to the next weeks ...