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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like a mixture of fruits including custard apple. Next we drove to Santana Hill. Previously inhabited by the very poor, it is currently being cleaned up and these areas, patrolled by armed guards, are frequented by artists, restaurants, cafes etc. We walked around some of the streets and bought and tasted some Chicha, a fermented or non-fermented drink made usually from maize. Whatever we tasted was disgustingly sweet and a mouthful ...
... about 40,000 residents) benefit from the resources of the Galapagos. Some tourists may find this restriction to be frustrating, desiring higher-end hotels or better English-speaking guides. But the protection is incredible for the people there, and there is no poverty (relatively speaking) because local people own all the businesses and have good paying jobs. The quality of life is very high. One of the ways this stuck out to me is that none of the young people ...
... the morning and then have to arrange transport.
Needless to say, there was no sign of a shuttle as we exited expectantly through customs and none appeared in the next half hour or so of waiting patiently while all the people we had bypassed in Customs passed us by on the way to their destinations.
A prolonged process of trying to determine how to make a phone call from a public phone with US change and Spanish instructions ultimately uncovered the fact that ...
... the additional 50 steps in the lighthouse itself) success, and we were rewarded with a breeze and a 360-degree view of Guayaquil and its environs. And it was a nice sunny day. Seeing and feeling ourselves getting redder by the minute we headed down and back to the dark coolness of our room at the hotel. It was a great walk and a great day though we probably would have preferred to have eased our way into sunburn.
... br> Back on board to pack up and take advantage of a cooking lesson to prepare fish ceviche. This is a very popular dish throughout South America but as it is raw fish we were advised not to eat it unless from a reputable eatery. We then returned to the airport to fly to Guayaquil (pr. way_a_kill). Off to Peru tomorrow. As we arrive back on Baltra for the flight home we get our first and last sighting of the blue footed booby. He comes to farewell ...