Hotel Palace Guayaquil
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Thursday, June 5, 2014 - Guayaquil - Day 11
So my plan was to head to the beach in the morning, but it's pouring! So beach idea is out! Themorning was set for shopping! We left to the airport by WALKING at noon- that was certainly a first! To head back on our 120 flight back to Guayaquil. Once back there, we had girl talk in the room before …
... the edge'. Suffice it to say sleep was to be found at a premium and I was a bit of a tired wreck when I personally had to pull half the baggage out of the luggage compartment to get my own as they had labelled my bag as going a few hours further than me, but this is SA and this barely registers as a hindrance.
To get to Huacachina you stop first in a city called Ica, I thought quite wrongly, that given the economic clout of this country there wouldn't ...
... more Galapagos Flamingos. Soon we were back on the boat and then travelling across Santa Cruz by bus back to Puerto Ayora.
Back at the Lava House Dad and I visited Il Gardino Restaurant in town for a seafood meal. Whilst this restaurant was expensive and did not add all the additional extras (like the tax) onto the menu, the food was really good. The fresh tuna sourced from the chaotic market opposite could not have been better and was ...
4:30am - alarm sounds. Good thing we set two because one went flat. Defiantly a struggle but as per usual everything went smoothly. A taxi happened by soon after we left the hotel and took us to the boarder. I got my extra two stamps and Dunia got an ear bashing in Spanish from the customs official in Columbia for not having her passport. "I told you so..." She was lucky and got off fine, the Ecuadorean side didn't care.
... 10... the queue was going so slowly and every five minutes my name was being called, along with those of three others. The first official looking person I ambushed told me I still had to wait my turn at passport control despite what the intercom voice had said, so I carried on waiting, feeling even more agitated as the minutes went by. I was so afraid IŽd miss my flight! Finally another couple ambushed an official close by me, saying their names were ...