Hotel Amira In Salinas, Ecuador
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Ride in between the salt pans and the beach first today, very windy we are all soon covered in a layer of salt. This would be beautiful if it was not so barren and everything else so drab and devoid of colour, this seem to accentuate the poverty. Which is also a bit ironic as they are pumping oil and gas all along the coast here.
Walked up the beach to the pier and found the fish market was on, amazing sight of different fish being unloaded and prepared right on the beach.
Standing on the pier watching Pelicans dive for fish and two turtles occasionally bobbing up for air, Puerto Lopez is a great place. Our first sighting of this bird which comes from the
There, the architectural jewel was a restored train station that I guess almost no one in Britain and Ireland have ever heard of, even though it was voted tourist restoration project of the year by the British travel writers' guild (or some such body) in 2010. We wandered round the well-populated streets for a while but, aside from the train station, we found it to be no more than a commercially lively but otherwise unremarkable small ...
... as I can’t leave until I get my clothes as they
are closed tomorrow! Needless to say I let them and all their neighbours know
how angry I was.
Tried to get a train trip to Laguna Colta but it was not running
so went by bus. Terminal had moved out since LP wrote. Double checked that they
would be open and running buses manana as planning to go to Guamote, further
along on the route – I was assured by the driver that they ...
We spent 3 weeks in Ecuador, sticking mostly to the Andean Mountainous route and at times, shivering ourselves to sleep. We had a lot of adventures during such weeks, most of which were good, but some of which could only be defined as complete mishaps (to be explained later). Ecuadorians are super kind, and have a shy friendliness much like the people of El Salvador and we felt really happy being amongst the crowd. Unlike Colombia, there is a HUGE ...