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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got up and packed up the last of our bags before having breakfast shortly after 8 o'clock. We paid for the room, checked out then went out to the street to catch a taxi to the Bus terminal. We were lucky to jump straight on a bus leaving for Guayaquil direct through Cajas National Park, $8 per person. It took just under 4 hours. The bus terminal we arrived in at ...
... 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 ...
... is put aside and searched before being put on the plane. My big case was hauled out and then searched in front of me. There was an Oriental-looking couple next to me, having their bags searched too - the woman started shouting at the girl who was searching her bag, which I mentally shook my head about because after all it wasnīt the girlīs fault. Not that I would ever start shouting even if it was her fault, of course. The guy who searched my bag was ...
... Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil
Asia: Philippines, India, Sri-Lanka, Australia.
In my coming blogs, I will continue to answer some of the questions above, since we (Rotarians) still debating about a few issues and items. Tomorrow we meet with Father Simon again to clear a few more points. I will also keep posted about my Rotarian activities and visits, so stay tuned! Also, thank you all for your emails and support! ...
... much needed due to bits of shell and garlic flying around! 'E' had ceviche and then helped me out with one or two of my crabs as I had several and each one took me quite a long time to eat.
While we were waiting for our food to arrive 'E' gave me a goodbye present - a keyring in the shape of a palm tree, made of different sections carved from coloured tagua nuts. Tagua is ...