Hotel Oro Verde Guayaquil
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The Manglares Churute Ecological Reserve is about an hour south of Guayaquil (http://www.ecuador.com/protected-areas /manglares-churute-reserve/). It simply teems with wildlife and today it teemed with human life too!
On the road to the Reserve, our Guayaquil guide, Eddy, introduced us to the fruit zapote. It …
This morning we packed our belongings and with much regret left the MV Coral II. Most of us would have liked to stay a few more days. There is so much left to experience in the Galápagos Islands!
We rode the dingy one last time to Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on San Cristóbal Island – the capital of the Galápagos Islands – where we …
The road from Cuenca to Guayaquil twisty-turned us up to 14,000 feet and then down to sea level as we crossed the western range of the Andes Mountains and headed for the Pacific coast. As we neared Guayaquil the weather became warmer and more humid and the vegetation changed from lichen and moss on rocky outcrops to fields lined with pampas grass …
Another day at sea on the way from Panama to Eduador. Up a little earlier this morning, breakfast in the Lafontaine restaurant. Ed went to a class on SkyDrive at 10:30 while Jane sat on our balcony and read. Both of us went to a sleep class at 11:30 a.m. Jane worked out while Ed had lunch. Dancing class at 1:30 p.m. and a lecture on Ecuador and the …
7AM departure today for Guayaquil. We rise to 13,500 ft at the Cajas National Park before descending to sea level in Guayaquil. Pit stop at a roadside shop engulfed in misty clouds. We pause at the highest point for photo op. I hop out of course. It's quite brisk; I'm glad to have my sweater on.
We finally descend out of the mountains to a …
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Great hotel. Much better than I expected since we booked it through Holland America as part of our trip to the Galapagos; much better than we expected.
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