Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... he's a traveler so he's more open minded than a lot of Americans but still not exactly the guy you want as your ambassador. Regardless, I grew up with guys like this so we still had fun together. The next day (yesterday), I was supposed to fly out to the Galapagos but there were several issues with the flight and I had to change it. It took me most of the morning. Then, I realized I booked the wrong return date so I had to take a cab all the way to the airport. It was a pain ...
... A friend of Rosmaris had said that the for a banner for the trial, they had taken her photos from facebook and used them on their advertisement, and it was true they had. Probably didn't even enter their head it was theft, maybe it isn't, maybe you loose rights as a photographer when you upload them to facebook, I've not really looked into it, regardless it was amusing to see my new Ecuadorian friends posed in front of the waterfalls on their banner at the entrance. We ...
... ferried to the launch in a small rubber boat when the Japanese girl noticed several large sharks circling the dingy. The sharks (much larger than the white tips we swam with a few days before) were Galapagos sharks and appeared to be well over two meters in length. In the green blue colour water they were clearly visible just under the surface and occasionally their fins broke the surface - Jaws style (a great personal thrill). We were told that despite ...
... insists that I stay with her.
The house is huge, and fancy. Not like the other house that are everywhere. There is a security guard and boom gate to even get I to the sub division. Marble floors throughout, massive big arched mirror in living room, and a flash as outdoor BBQ kitchen. All the bedrooms have en-suites and are huge.
They remind me of Italians. When I got there I had to eat. Couldn't say no. ...
... impatient and when I said "a year and two months" she just repeated "how many days?", and when I said, flustered, "um, about 420, 430?", she made me go into a little separate room to have my hand luggage checked. The guy took his time doing it. Every couple of minutes my name was still being called, until eventually it stopped. Then one of the onlooking officials said something about my rucksack being checked - I thought he meant IŽd have to go back ...