Hotel Oro del Mar I
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... driver if he could take us all the way to the port at the top of Santa Cruz, and on route we passed a couple of buses running, just for locals I guess!
At the northern tip of Santa Cruz we hopped on a boat to take us across the channel to Baltra island, and then boarded a bus (that was still running for foreigners) to the airport.
Departing Galapagos was much simpler than arriving. No further requests for payments of ...
... chaussures de marche et deux énormes sacs... Il est venu à notre rencontre à la fin du match. Arrivés chez lui, nous rencontrons sa grand mère, femme très souriante, généreuse et d'un grand cœur. Tout un étage nous attend : 3 chambres, une buanderie et une salle de bain rien que pour nous. Nous sommes complètement abasourdis par autant de gentillesse. Nous déposons ...
... Lou as I thought she was stealing my Kebab, disaster!!
The next morning we woke up with thick heads and I hobbled into the taxi to be taken for breakfast with our new found friends. The food we were given was called Balon, which is mashed up fied banana in balls with pieces of pork grissel in it and an egg on top. We found this to not be the most appetising meal, especially not with a hang over from hell, but some how we got through it ...
... working as
Was a pleasant ½ hour out to Laguna Colta, a small lake with
reeds like Titicaca – had seen pictures of Chimborazo reflected in the lake but
the reality was different – water levels low and land where it’s receded is now
farmed or grazed – very difficult to get close to the water as boggy too.
Took a punt and followed the road around the lake – as I got
off the bus there was an ...
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 ...
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