Sheraton Guayaquil Hotel
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... make at least a few of them workable on my harp.
We also visited the Museo Anthropologic y de Arte Contemporaneo del Banco Central. Art by two amazing artists - one working in watercolours, the other in what I assume was acrylics. Prolific indeed! There was also a great display of archaeological artifacts, and while all the signs were naturally in Spanish, we were able to decipher much of the history attached to the pottery and other artifacts ...
... rest while Jane decided to explore the stairway.
After a climb up 444 steps, you arrive at an overlook that featured cannons and replicas of Spanish galleons. There was also a small chapel and lighthouse which added another 50 steps to the trek. Once at the top, though, it was worth the climb where you can see out across the city and the river and, even over to an island. Jane had to laugh when, at the top, a group of young Spanish ...
... trees and lots of iguanas. We saw close to 30 iguanas in the park, 30 or so turtles, birds and a cat close to death (poor thing). The iguanas were awesome. Next we went to explore the Los Peñas area at the end of the Malecon. The area is 2 hills covered in brightly painted, colonial houses. It's a really pretty looking area of the city. We walked to the end of the malecon and then up some stairs, up some more stairs and up even more stair cases. Slowly ...
... s large Cardiff store. There were people everywhere, crowding, jostling, pushing and shoving. All desperate to grab, not a cheaply made garment, but a ticket out of the city. At one point things got rowdy and security rushed in! It turns out to be a long weekend holiday. Such were the queues that the only tickets being sold were tickets for travel that day. Leaving the throng we determined to return early the following day ...
... Chivo (traditional goat stew) and a bottle of peach juice. After we'd finished our stew we caught a bus to the language school. Mum met some of my teaching colleagues and admin staff and I showed her round the whole building. It felt really surreal to have her there, though in a good way of course.
Then we caught another bus to my flat. The journey took much longer than usual for some reason. I loaded all the photos from her trip so ...