Hilton Colon Guayaquil
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... this hot weather here in Guayaquil... not looking forward to returning to Wisconsin xD)
Now I'm in an elevator, and now I'm on the ground floor of my hotel, looking out for a taxi that will take us to Boardwalk, which is apparently a bunch of markets.
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After Boardwalk we went ...
... put on our sneakers and took a walk into town. First we got some dinner because we were starving, then we walked to 2 main plaza areas one of them has turtles and land iguanas so it was pretty funny. After this we walked to the waterfront on the river and walked up a lookout tower. The area around here is all really nice and felt really safe. We got back to the room after 8 to take showers and watch a movie on the English Channel! ...
... 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 ...
Today was very exciting for me because my sisters and brothers-in-law arrived in Guayaquil! They had arrived in Ecuador on Tuesday the 8th in Quito and had spent the rest of that day and all of the 9th resting in the hostel and exploring the city before catching a local flight to Guayaquil this morning. I met them at the airport and we took a taxi to Urdesa, where their hostel is. It felt so surreal, but lovely, for me to have them ...
... border with Ecuador, then the rivers and greenery began below me and the weather turned cloudy. I was given a descent into SEGU through bumpy clouds and vectors onto the ILS for runway 21, like last year. It wasn't raining yet, but it was close, I could see the dense rain showers moving in from the west of the city.
I tried a new handler here, not the one I used last year, who actually did OK. When I emailed for quotes from the new one, Guayaquil ...