Sheraton Guayaquil Hotel
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... some films. At border I plugged my ipad in but hardly charged. First border crossing I've seen where they share the same building for departure and arrival, strange. So glad I bought lots of water with me as they only have a tiny cup of coke or juice with each meal and tea with breakfast. Meal wasn't great, glad I had my snacks. Watched some films and my one episode of breaking bad then went to sleep. Actually slept surprisingly ...
... fish, marine Iguana's, Sea Lions 4.00 pm back to ship 4.30 pm Off to Bartolommeo Island, hike around Coast finding Penguines, sea Lions, sea birds Climbed 380 steps to extinct Volcano, great view, old lava flows & tunnels 6.45 back to ship 7.00 pm. BBQ Dinner 8.30 briefing on ...
... 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 ...
... there we went on foot through the pedestrian Mall we had traversed yesterday. Maurizio took us to the Plaza de Armas and we revisited the Cathedral. As this was Ash Wednesday there was much activity including a Rosary service in the side chapel . This time we ventured down to the front of the main altar. It is an elaborate and overdecorated place but I did take a picture of my namesake, St Teresa's, statue. From there we walked to ...
I mentioned on the 13th that today was mayoral election day, not just in Guayaquil but all over the country. I went into town to see how it was going, but it took such an incredibly long time to get there on the bus I only had time for a plate of arroz con camarón (rice with shrimp) at the Malecón and a visit to Iguana Square before I had to get the bus back again because I'd arranged to speak to Dave on video at 4pm ...