Hilton Colon Guayaquil
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... We got some drinks and had a bit if a dance. Turns out it was a police force training / recruitment party so we were surrounded by Guayaquils future police force. I won't make any further comments! But it was a fairly decent night, especially when we were so close to writing it off. The next day we planned to meet the larger group for lunch and so Marco, Ovi and I went for a walk up the Melacon, the boardwalk style area by the water. It's a really nice area to hang out with plenty ...
... time. I didn't do too badly either. After a few warm up shots in the gutter... Apparently my bowling style is funny so they videoed it. Good timing too, the two times they did I got strikes!
I did want to go get a bed at a hostel tonight so I could stay in until my flight and taxi to the airport. That wasn't good enough for Karla who insisted I get one last sleep in a decent bed. I'm not sure why, but the whole family ...
Headed in the opposite direction along the Malecon and
passed the watch tower before walking through a shopping centre located under
the park area. Then we found the old glass market building but they had a horse
exhibition on there so we passed this up and started to wind our way back.
After another café break we returned to our hostel and after snacks headed to
the modern museum and art gallery known as MACC which was at the northern ...
... 8220;last supper” as Gonzalo referred to it was in the hotel dining room. I chose a typical Guayaquilian meal of grilled chicken breast, rice and lentils, and plaintain. Yum! One of our tour mates, Barbara, left during dinner to catch her flight home, and the rest (other than me) would be leaving early the following morning. I asked everyone ...
... crossing the border was amazing. Peru instantly became a desert and there was nothing to see but sand and a few huts. Occasionally we passed a village with a few houses and restaurants, but those soon gave way to more grey sand. Not a place you would want to get a flat tyre. After some very questionable films (violent of course), we arrived in the absolutely vast Lima and made our way to the ...