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... I feel. We talked about how the process of de-stressing - really ridding your system of all the anxiety and toxins and bad habits - can take a really long time. Even after six weeks, I have alot to learn. And it has made me wonder about my life when I return home, and what it might look like to live in a way that generates less stress and more joy. American culture has made being stressed out the norm for most of us. How many times, when asked how I was in ...
... this would be a tourist mecca. But it's far from that. There are very few hostels here, which says a lot about the amount of people who actually come to stay in Guayaquil. Most people just stay for a night or two on their way from the coast to Peru or to the Galapagos so the party scene isn't huge either. Like most of Ecuador, there is a lack of culture as well. However, this city sort of reminds me of the Cali, Colombia of Ecuador in that it's the "real" Ecuador that ...
... two passengers are bouncing along on the highway behind the bike. They are wearing helmets, thank God, but we are not sure if they are really doing any good. As the two of them lay on the wrong side of the road in the fog, the bus driver and passengers rush to at least pull them off the road. At this point neither one looks too good. These good Samaritans are afraid to move them and and do more damage, but ...
... of flip flops
- 3 pairs of sunnies
- nail scissor at the airport in bolivia
- swiss pocket knife in peru at the airport
- phone charger (lucky I have 2)
- a few shirts
- 1 bikini pants
- another bikini
- 1 usb device
- button of my shorts
- my travel towel and probably a lot more I didn't even notice.
See you in Colombia
Heading back down to Guayaquil was pretty easy. I'd messaged Edu the bus times and he'd voted for the earlier 10am bus which would get me into Guayaquil about 1pm. It was going to be tough after a big night out but I made it to the stop, held my water down and boarded the bus. I pulled into Guayaquil about 12:45 and entered the huge bus terminal. It's basically a large shopping centre with a bus terminal built into it. Or the other way around, which ever way you want to look at ...