Hilton Colon Guayaquil
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... about planning onward movements. So good to have some decent wifi. Checked out flights and decided to get buses. Realised Cruz del sur had bus to Arequipa at 1845 and 2100 from same station my bus was getting into so tried to email them to see if cutting it too fine as my bus due in at 1800. Was gone 7 already, no idea where time went, spoke to mum briefly but when she called I was stressing as was just getting into research mode so wasn't in the mood to talk so ...
... example for cities anywhere. We felt very safe everywhere, and were able to enjoy the shade of the botanical gardens as much as the brilliant sunshine and breeze on the stretch right beside the river.
At the very north end of the Malecon is the entrance to the colonial part of the city - Las Penas, Now it is an artists' colony of sorts, and very colourful. It led to another very distinct area filled with beautiful condos and modern buildings ...
... juice. We managed to find the things we needed and jumped in a cab back to the malecon, got our laundry (I love clean clothes) and after dropping it all off in our room we headed out to explore the local area. We found some lovely churches and plazas, some decent restaurants, fast food chains, among other things all around the corner. It's a nice city to explore. The next day was hot but we decided we had to find the iguana park. It's a plaza in the city with ...
Today I moved into a new flat! I'm now living in Urdesa Central, with two of my colleagues. The contract at my old place ran out today.
It's fair to say that the whole flat is a bit shabbier than my last one, plus although there is air conditioning it's so incredibly noisy and old we never use it, but I like it more anyway. We have a big ...
... of Pisco sours, the traditional drink, to sweeten the "exit through the gift shop" experience. Then we headed to the restaurant in the Belle Vista area where we were to have our lunch. This was fabulous! It was called “Like Water for Chocolate” We had a three course lunch accompanied by Pisco Sours and wine all included. The atmosphere was great and the staff more than friendly. My marinated fish, (a la Kokonda style), Steak ...