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... drinks yesterday
- My last day of work in Ecuador on Friday the 11th (two days ago)
- A colleague's baby shower a week ago... Ecuadorian baby showers are a bit different to usual
- A trip to Guayaquil's Historical Park a week ago yesterday
- A walk along the 'other Malecón' in Guayaquil two weeks ago
- Night out in Guayaquil two weeks ago ...
... to book a return flight and didn't know whether I could withdraw enough cash to actually get into the Galapogas! So I came up with a plan.
I remembered that when I arrived at the B&B I was able to pay by card, so I asked the host whether I could pay him by card for cash. And it worked! Only cost me 5%. And now I could relax! So I booked my return flight and looked forward to the next weeks ...
At the Malecón in Guayaquil there is a wooden boat docked called the Captain Morgan, which on Friday and Saturday nights becomes a floating bar. It leaves at 11.30 pm and sails up and down the river Guayas for a couple of hours; you pay $15 to get in and then it´s all you can drink for free.
A group of us decided to give it a go. Before we went got on the Captain Morgan we had a few drinks at Las Peñas. We met up in a bar called 'La ...
... Cacao, pineapple juice, lemon and orange juice. Then for the main course I had amazing mixed skewers of incredibly tender, juicy and tasty chunks of steak and chicken with mushrooms, onion and pepper; Mum had 'Corvina Boyacá', sea bass in a special sauce, with tiny baby potatoes and some steamed vegetables. My skewers came with salad. For pudding I had quite a stiff chocolate mousse in a glass, but Mum just had a coffee.
... my flat after work that night I put them on my bookcase. Now they have been joined by a little Christmas display, courtesy of an amazing parcel I received from Emma and Kate the other day! This was the contents (sorry to make another list of food, but I want to record this for posterity, so here goes!);
An Advent calendar card
A Christmas book ('Why was the
Partridge in the Pear Tree? The History of Christmas Carols')
Two glass snowflakes that unfortunately ...