Hilton Colon Guayaquil
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... so we headed up to the 11th at about 6:45 am the next morning as we had to meet our guide at 7:30 am for the ride to the airport. The view was great, and Sandy got a selfie, but time was wasting. A quick breakfast and off to the airport for our flight to Cusco and the wondrous Machu Picchu. More about Lima later as we got to spend the day there after leaving this mountain wonder.
Next, into the heights of Cusco and the wondrous Machu ...
... 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 ...
... the Spanish
word seemed to back it up, an apple tart. However when we ate it, it turned out
to be a spinach and cheese filling with a sweet sugary pastry shell: a pretty
bizarre flavour! Thankfully the coffees were normal. After walking along a bit
more of the Malecon and seeing the very ornate and regal looking city hall we
walked up the main street to a large plaza in the city centre. We sat around
the park like all ...
... 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 ...