Hilton Colon Guayaquil
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We are going to be dining with Rose and Bill in Prego tonight. We really enjoyed it the last time we dined there and already decided no dessert tonight. We will see if we can stick to that promise.
The food has been sensational along with the service. Hopefully our scale is working correctly!
That is it for now. Tomorrow is a sea day as we heads to Salaverry, Peru.
Until next ...
Woke up around 9h30. Breakfast. Then say good by to everyone and get on a bus at 13h00 to Guayaquil, 3h30 journey, weather is very cloudy but warm, a bit like our sore heads!!! Get to the dreamkapture hostel, very nice but a bit far from everything and staff not very welcoming although very professional... I think we will have an early night ...
... off, and full of friend time... And for the rest out there: if you ever find yourself in that part of the world pay them a visit. Their hostel is great and they have absolutely the BEST Galapagos travels I came across. http://www.nucapacha.com For Shaun and me it was from there off to our last destination but still a month to go: Viva Brazil! Soundtrack Read all about it - Emeli Sandé and a mix of good house music in the car ...
... to our gate for our second and last flight of the day. Quito's airport is very new and was pretty nice to just sit and hang out in! The connecting flight we took to Guayaquil was through TAME Air, again it seems like a great airline, even though the planes aren't as nice, they have a ton of super nice staff. The plane didn't matter much to us, not only because it was a short flight, but we were on a 160 person plane, with only 15 to 20 other people. We made it to Guayaquil in no ...
... There was a lack of large bowling balls for the European men of the party, too - not only are Ecuadorians shorter on average than Europeans but maybe they also have smaller hands...
I had a good time and this continued to where we went next, a Lebanese shawarma restaurant in Urdesa. This stretch of road has several Middle Eastern shawarma places, which has given it the (possibly politically incorrect) nickname of 'The Gaza Strip' amongst my colleagues... I had a ...