Hotel Palace Guayaquil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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We got a few hours sleep before embarking on the long bus ride through the Andean Range from Baños to Guayaquil. As expected the landscape was stunning through the mountains. Once we got to the hotel we packed our Galapagos bags (we couldn't bring our roller boards) and got ready for dinner. We tried to find this place recommended by trip …
... other when I arrived but as with all the best plans, the reality was totally different. However she was waiting for me after I passed through Immigration and Customs and we spent the next few hours at a coffee spot until it was time to check in for our flight to Guayaquil. The guide meeting us at Guayaquil airport to transfer us to the ...
... with sand, and there are a total of two bars (both outdoor beachfront) on the island...one for happy hour and volleyball, and the other (next door) for dancing later on. I spent countless hours at both. After 9 days of visiting the islands, I decided that I didn't want to leave just yet and was able to extend my trip by four more days - the joys of a flexible travel schedule! After meeting up with the island's local surfer crew, together we spent those four days ...
... br> Our first task was to get new phone SIMs.
Unfortunately, no one in any of the myriad phone shops spoke any English at all and our limited Spanish was not up to arranging phone plans! We would probably have ended up with an annual subscription to the Ecuadorian equivalent of Foxtel except for a happy coincidence. We found one cafe selling cappuccinos and a woman at the next table was talking to her baby in English. We started talking and invited her over to our ...
... town so it is easily walkable. I walked into town and start looking for a place to stay. Just off the main malekin I found a very nice family that rent rooms in their house. With some negotiation $15 for a very nice room. I had a great fresh seafood by the water. Seals and iguanas start coming out at night. The malekin will be full with crabs, seals and iguanas. It is one of the unique experiences a person will ...