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Travel Blogs from Puerto Lopez
... That night ended with some divine intervension. The place wanted to close but noone wanted to leave; cue torrential rains for 45 minutes that meant they couldnt close because they couldnt leave either.
The next day we all caught a bus to Guayaquíl, where José went back home and me and Sam got onto a bus that would end our Ecuadorian trip and take us across the border to Peru on a 9 hour overnight bus to Mancora with a 4am stop at the border. Bye Ecuador!
... the rock. It was a lot of fun walking across all the rocks to the other side of the rock. I then head over to the final beach. It was a long walk but as i arrived i was greeted by two nude female sunbathers. I found i was not bothered by the nude female form. I walked around this area clearly avoiding their sinful flesh at all times. I took my time and then walked back to the entrance, this was tough as much of it was uphill through the ...
... workout. After not being excessively hot/humid, the run feels good and we are both cruising much easier than yesterday. For me, I've lost close to 10kg of mass since we left for the trip so I'm finding running so much easier now and for the first time in a long time, I'm actually enjoying having a good lung tickler. Much prefer lifting weights, but this will have to do until we return home and have a continuous access to a gym. I was also proud of ...
We went to this Island on the weekend with Daniel. This Island is the "cheap Galapagos" of Ecuador as the locals called that place.
The tour cost 30$, it includes a hike in the island, a snorkelling and lunch. We took an 1h to reach the island from Puerto Lopez.
We found a really nice hotel in Puerto Lopez, located just in front of the beach. Hotel is called "Brisa Marina", you can get your own room with your private bathroom for only 8$ a night per ...
... a kind of civilization.
Did I mention we did the whole 14 km trek through the forest in rubber boots? Just as a note they are very uncomfortable over the rocks and down the gravel hills. With the amount of mud, oh did we mention the mud? Sometimes nearly up to our knees... we could not have done the loop in shoes. Hence the park-supplied boots. First order of business after the 4 1/2 hour trip? What seemed like the coldest ...
Other places to stay in Puerto Lopez
General Cordova-Frente a los Bomberos, Puerto Lopez | Hotelfrom $35