Hotel Palace Guayaquil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
... street and in shop/stalls selling every Every kind of food, livestock (lots of baby chicks ;-( - and everything you would possibly need for daily living. The streets are crooked, with huge gaps in the sidewalks, and crossing the street is definitely taking your life in your hands. Pedestrians DO NOT have the right of way here, so you learn to step lively pretty quickly!
Entrepreneurs were selling individual rolls of toilet paper to people who could not afford ...
... didn’t know anything about it (amazing!) but offered to call to find out about it.
While waiting, we decided to have a glass of wine on the terrazzo where we had been earlier in the day. The manager brought a sampling of the wine which was tasteless and watery. This was the only selection that he could offer, so we thanked him and returned to our room where we consulted the travel books for dining options. We discovered that the ...
... it after a hike up the hill. Next we made our way to another park that has iguanas and just relaxed for a while, people watching. From there we headed back to our hotel to find out about movies. There is a mall near the bus station that has a cinema showing English films with subtitles. Back at the hotel a guy who does maintenance on hotel machinery gave us a ride to the mall and when we offered to pay ...
... impatient and when I said "a year and two months" she just repeated "how many days?", and when I said, flustered, "um, about 420, 430?", she made me go into a little separate room to have my hand luggage checked. The guy took his time doing it. Every couple of minutes my name was still being called, until eventually it stopped. Then one of the onlooking officials said something about my rucksack being checked - I thought he meant IŽd have to go back ...