Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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... took up further five minutes. On arrival we rushed to the check-in desk, only to be met by a 'CLOSED' sign... luckily for us there were three or four others who needed the same flight, who had their tour guide with them - she got the check-in girl to print boarding passes for them. After they'd gone through the girl printed precious boarding cards for us too - thank goodness! We rushed through the passport and baggage checks as quickly as we could (the terminal was tiny, ...
... Before we knew it it was almost 3am and the clubs in town had started filling up. Lisa and I weren't really interested in sending anymore money so we headed back to the hostel, but we will be back with Rosie, Chels and Robbie when they get over here! We had to bail the next day to Guayaquil to start our big bus trip down to Santiago, Chile and that's where I am right now, sitting on a bus almost half way through our 4 day trip! We met two guys from from Ecuador ...
... food in their nests. Crab catchers – men – reach into these holes in search of mature males. They are allowed to catch 96 crabs per day, and there are 120 catchers working in the mangrove forest; that's a lot of crabs! The men sort them into bundles of 24 and tie them to the back of motorcycles for the trip to market. They are not allowed ...
... birthday cake being lit and heard 'Happy Birthday' sung to us. Mum had sent me an indoor sparkler so I lit that while on video as well. It was lovely to see everyone!
Friday night isn't the best time for us teachers to go out here because on any given week the majority of us have to be at work by 8 am on Saturday morning for class, so I saved my Guayaquil birthday celebration for the next day.
... sunflower plant. Then, near the bottom and close to the sea, the vegetation looked dead; no leaves on the trees, sparse underbrush, and we began seeing cacti (looked somewhat like prickly pear cactus). We boarded the zodiac and started back to the ship. Our guide, Miguel, diverted our trip somewhat to follow a feeding frenzy of tuna eating small fish, then we saw a blue heron, then went around the point of the island and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed