Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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Last week I went to a supermarket I hadnīt been to before and had a good look round. The cream comes in bags rather than pots or bottles (!), the herbs come tied in big bunches, they have several fruits and vegetables which I havenīt tried yet (mamey, taxo, granadilla, pitahaya, geino orito, zapota), and they have ready-to-fry packets of empanadas. They have a big coffee section, but not of chocolate (they export a lot but ...
We left Mancora heading for the border (9h, $20 ea) and made it to Ecuador without any problems! We immediately noticed that Ecuador is a much more lush country. The first few hours of our bus ride north of the border was through huge banana fields as Ecuador is the largest producer of bananas in the world. Our first stop was in Guayaquil, which is a port town that has recently undergone some major changes to the shoreline to make it a more attractive ...
... America, I will denounce them strongly. And I will never, ever allow my country’s sovereignty to be affected by them.”Asylum is defined as:a refuge granted an alien by a sovereign state on its own territory; a temporary refuge granted political offenders, especially in a foreign embassy
Guayaquil, like most large cities in Latin America, has a large disparity between the rich and poor and ...
... Additionally with my good friend Dave from Adelaide with have become tasting experts for the Peruvian national drink Pisco sours. In Cusco there is a Pisco museum and bar and they without doubt make a better Pisco sour than any other location we have tried. Tonight we are in Ecuador and were told to taste the national drink Spirit of Ecuador - it was a little concerning that I several bars people did not seem ...
... for us,the bus station was brand new and part of a massive shopping complex. We saw a big M sign and headed straight for it. I know McDonalds is ****, but when all you have had to eat on the bus for 9 1/2 hours is crackers, this feels like fine dining.
As soon as we had finished our big macs, we jumped straight into a taxi and headed for our hostel. By the time we got there, we were both knackered so ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed