Travel Blogs from Guayaquil
We got up this morning and checked out of the Canoa hostel. To get to Guayaquil we had to go through Bahia again, but we just stopped at the bus stop. There was this bat **** crazy old lady who was at the bus stop harassing everyone. We though it was just harmless until she threw her walking stick at 2 young guys. The plot thickened when Leah had …
We arrived in Guayaquil late on the night of the 4th not expecting much. We were quite paranoid about our surroundings as we had been warned by alot of people that the city is well-known as Ecuador's most dangerous and violent. Thankfully, we experienced none of this. The only downside of our stay here was the hostel. It was ok but one of our least …
New years eve day and it's finally time to go!
We haven't planned our whole route but have a really good idea of where we are going - planning from spot to spot with the advice from people we meet, and our travel book, Footprints in South America! With our HUMONGOUS 11 and 15 kilo bags we headed to the airport!
After an 8 hour …
... like sleeping on clouds. They are amazingly soft and you don't want to get out of them. Anyway, we have to be up at 3:30 tomorrow as we need to get a cab to the airport at 4, so we can catch our flight to Peru. So it's farewell to Ecuador. Thanks for the last two weeks, it's being fun. Saw some wonderful and interesting things, but now it's time to move forward to the next legs of my South American journey… Bye for ...
We didn't do much this morning apart from have a bit of a lie in, pack, check out and move into the reception/internet/TV/bar area with our stuff. 'M' and I had a couple of games of pool on the free pool table before having some food at the bar with two of the others. I had pasta bolognese, the first time I've had bolognese sauce in Ecuador.
After lunch I set off for the bus terminal to get ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking