Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to sit / chill, for families to enjoy and for kids of all ages to play. We went on board a large sail boat harboured there and pretended to be pirates for 5 minutes and then headed over to see the iguanas in their park, along with the most flat screen TVs I've ever seen in a church! We then went to meet the others, along with Ovi's dad and Edu's brother and mum, at a fish restaurant. After eating we rode the metro between bus terminals so people could pickup various tickets and ...
... and I even managed to gather I should take one pill every 8 hours. Another success. It was time for some sightseeing. I went to the central plaza to see the Cathedral, bit ended up with a pleasant surprise: the square was full of iguanas! At first I didn't notice them, but after I saw one (hard to miss, it was in de middle of the path) I saw more and more of them, in the grass, on the pavement, on the trees, iguanas ...
... there must have liked it, there was a lot of applause and laughter. Karla and Lunnie tried to explain what was going on, but I said don't worry, it mattered not. By the end of it they had music going that sounded like club music and there was dancing and all sorts going on.
I got to drive again. Still not used to this wrong side of the road business. But at least this time I didn't keep bashing my left hand into the door. Traffic is pretty crazy, bit ...
... I really felt I was part of the family, and at the end of the night, I made sure to let them know how thankful and honor I was. I can honestly say that Ecuadorians really know how to make someone at home!
The next day was going to be my first Rotary meeting at their club and I was looking forward in seeing everyone again. Stay tune for further postings!
... the kilo fruit I had for tea wasn't enough. I had gone to the supermarket and seen lots of fruits I've never seen before, so of course I grabbed one of each.
When my kebab came, I met two nice local girls. Lunnie and Karla. We talked a bit then they gave me a lift home and I got changed. They wanted to show me their city. So first stop was a giant iguana monument. Took a few pictures and headed off, fighting geese to get back out the gate.
We went to malceon de ...