Hotel Plaza St Rafael
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Although the rooms in this hotel were really comfortable and the location was fantastic (right on the main plaza), the lack of hot water and sub-standard breakfast made us feel we should have been paying about $10 less each for the rooms.
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I actually arrived in Guayaquil two nights ago but it was really only one day of activity. I found a decent hostel for a decent price ($12/night) and then just relaxed my first night and got acquainted with my roommates, and Israeli guy and an American guy who goes by Cali. Cali is a hilarious dude who grows pot illegally in the states. That being said, he is the epitome of the reason other countries don't like people from the USA; he's loud, obnoxious, and close-minded. ...
... it was just as well that Rosmari had been here before, as there were no indications of any kind of..... well anything really. A little ways up the road, past industrial traffic, then a banana plantation, we arrive at a small town, load up on some snacks at the shop then head to the trial entrance. Its a lot later than planned, and we have a bus to catch tonight, we make arrangements that for a few bucks a local can give us a ride into town where it'll be easier to get a ...
... with private bedrooms and air con living room. They did give us a nice cooked meal as well.
The other travellers were all interesting and for the most part friendly. There was a nice young English girl volunteer, two friendly Germans from Hanover, a Japanese traveller and a family from Arequipa in Peru, whose son was a photographer. I certainly had some interesting conversations with them.
On our return from Seymour we ...
... luck with the buses ran out there. Well, sort of. I had to wait an hour for the bus to Guayaquil but it gave me some time to feed my face and get some cash. The bus was probably the best so far. Thank you Karla for the tip.
This morning I thought I would be in Montaņita tonight. The buses always get me with time. I was thinking I would be in Guayaquil by 6 but it was closer to 9:30. It is too late to go to Montaņita ...
... so I jumped in too. This official let us jump the queue and go straight to a passport control person.
After getting my passport stamped I had to queue for the baggage x-ray; there were two officials checking passports in the queue and when they got to mine they asked how many days - I assumed they meant how many days Iīd been in Ecuador, though I wasnīt sure if they meant overall or just since the last time Iīd left and come back. The ...