Hampton Inn by Hilton Guayaquil-Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Finally, after several emails, 5 phone calls and a fax I established the pick up time, flight details and dealt with the Galapagos beaurocracy.
... long. Then, after our visit to the Iguana park, we headed to another market which was more like the Pacific Mall in Markham - times 100. We just can't get over the amount of shoe, phone and sunglass vendors can be in the space of 9 square city blocks. Madness! And we're pretty sure the "Michael Kors" purses for $60... weren't. ;-)
And finally to top off the day we went for dinner at a very typical Ecuadorean restaurant. Lots of rice, ...
... walk along the Malecon 2000 which runs along the city’s waterfront and is a symbol of its redevelopment.
The hotel arranged for a cab to pick us up at noon to go to the Parque. We were cautious, however, when a young woman in an unmarked car drove up. The hotel manager assured us that this was our cab, and guessing it to be something like Uber, we got in and gave her our destination. She could speak no English – at all! – ...
... call Australia for us as we both got emails telling us that Citibank is issuing us with new cards and ours will be cancelled within 40 days. We freaked out as we have no other way of accessing our money as we forgot the pin codes to our other cards. We got told not to worry they can send them to us over seas as long as we call on the 1st October to see if our cards have been issued. So it's a waiting game. The afternoon was spent wandering the malecon in the ...
... school Mum washed and ate the fruit, before changing and watching some of the BBC World Service that is usually on the flatscreen TV in reception. Then the taxi arrived to take us to the airport.
At the airport Mum printed off her boarding pass from one of the self-service machines and we looked round the shops for a while. I decided that when I leave Ecuador this summer, I will buy a 'Republica del Cacao' t-shirt from Guayaquil ...