Hotel Las Penas
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... to get us by but it wasn't a real problem here. The menu was in picture form on the placemats. I ordered Pig Stew and hoped for the best. It was a tasty dish of diced pork and vegies in a spicy sauce and some rice, much nicer than its title. When we were ready to turn the lights out, we discovered the cleaner had put the bulbs back in the bedside lights and the switch still wasn't fixed so had to take them out again. Just as well we're not here for a ...
... of garbage on the beach if they saw any. It inspired me to do the same. Galapagueños have great pride in their home, and want to share it with the world. The islands are also still so intimate and charming. Without the corporate chaos that lifting restrictions would create (a hotly contested topic with Ecuador's current President), the islands are able to remain the slow-paced, charming towns that they have been for so many years. Isabela's streets are ...
... very clean; the sidewalks were washed early each morning by an army of young Ecuadorian men with soap, water and brooms and there was no litter.
Unexpectedly there were no signs of any dogs, contrary to what we had read and only later did we discover that, that particular issue had been resolved and not to the benefit of the dogs in question.
We were expecting it to be hot and humid as it is only 250klm from the equator, but it was quite pleasant with very ...
... at 12 noon. Gee the traffic was just like home in peak hour, not missing that!
Guayaquil is very nice to look around with lots to see. We went to a park across the road from the Cathedral and the iguanas were just lazing around in the sun and walking around. The people didn't worry them at all.
After all that hard work good time to have a beer around the pool. Boy did that go down well.
... riverwalk development, Malecon 2000, for a couple of hours all told. Tomorrow we'll go back and walk in the other direction, but this was enough for our first outing in the heat and humidity. Malecon 2000 is about 1.5 miles along the water and contains a huge pedestrian boardwalk, lush gardens, fish ponds, historical monuments, food courts and restaurants, shopping plazas, playgrounds ...