Hotel Las Penas
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... The saving grace was that there was a photo shoot and catwalk/ show practice with what I assume are some of the miss world contestants - from Russia, Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Thailand. Not a bad way to spend time waiting for friends! After a quick wander, and my stomach giving me lots of pain we popped into McDonalds for a Coke Light and bumped into Emily from Montanita. Small world! But I had no time to sit around... I had to prey I wasn't going to be sick and go get my Cuenca ...
... was about 6 before we arrived at Karla's again and they wanted to go out to church at 8. I figured i won't understand a word, it's only an hour, so why not go along too.
It turned out to be quite entertaining. It was huge, there would have been a few hundred people or more in a convention centre. Enough to have 4 big projected screens up and two floors for viewing. Even though I couldn't understand what was going on it was still entertaining. ...
... train journey from Alausi for next
Friday. After having a short break for a snack at our hostel we headed to find
the iguanas in Parque Bolivar. These iguanas are land iguanas and a yellow
colour but not the same as those on Galapagos. About 30 were resting in the
branches of a tree and the larger ones were sunning on the grass in the park.
Across the road is the cathedral which we popped in to have a look at. The
... my head
No issues getting to
Ecuador. We ate Cuban food for dinner in Miami and I marveled, as I probably
always do, at the cool fossil designs on the airport floors and walls. We
arrived in Guayaquil with all of our luggage. Now for a good rest.
... school Mum washed and ate the fruit, before changing and watching some of the BBC World Service that is usually on the flatscreen TV in reception. Then the taxi arrived to take us to the airport.
At the airport Mum printed off her boarding pass from one of the self-service machines and we looked round the shops for a while. I decided that when I leave Ecuador this summer, I will buy a 'Republica del Cacao' t-shirt from Guayaquil ...