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... to be outdoors if possible. I'm not sure if this group was waiting to confess their sins or had already been absolved and were planning the next week's sins. We headed for Centennial Plaza where there are statues of Simon Bolivar, a hero in Guayaquil for achieving its independence, before walking through the business district with the Administration Building and the Government and Municipal Buildings. The main Administration building had ...
... and grabbing his bag. He defended himself with the hand bag which incurred several deep cuts through the material. He managed to throw his wallet under the locked door of the hostel whicle screaming for help. The three theives kicked him and stripped the backpack up and over his head then fled. He lost his phone, camera, his computer...and $2000 in cash. (he was heading to the bank in Quito) He reported the crime to the policem who said they patrol that area every day from 7 ...
... and are developed (and lazy) enough to steal food from other birds so that they don't have to get wet. The sea lions are lazy bums on land, and as graceful as you could ever imagine in the water. They swim around you doing flips and jumps and will find a stick and toss it to themselves to play with for hours. Many call them the golden retrievers of the Galápagos because they are so lovable. The Galápagos iguanas are especially fabulous. These ...
... time we actually got about and ready to wander around Guayaquil it was almost noon. Blissfully forgetful of the consequences (we had been warned) we headed out to continue our ramblings on the Malecon, this time turning north along the river with the ultimate goal of climbing up the hill to the lighthouse on Cerro Santa Ana.
We first stopped at the Seminario Park in front of the Catholic Cathedral where ...
... and, of course, the omnipresent Simon Bolivar. Then we headed down the Malecon, a waterfront promenade, to the airport. The Malecon looked a quite inviting mixture of activities, including restaurants and a botanical garden, so I’m sorry we didn’t have a chance to visit more. It’s open at 6:30 am and closed at midnight so no vagrants can bed down there. We also drove past an old battle ship that had been victorious in a war with ...