Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional Guayaquil
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Just checked into our hotel in Guayaquil, I'll never believe booking.com again, what a dump! They were supposed to pick us up from the airport but no show. Busy street, tiny bed, fly screen hanging off the window, can hardly open the dunny door, cause it hits the sink. Pretty sure there were hookers in the foyer. Graham just turned the aircon on a window rattler with no knobs and it's so mouldy I'm sure we'll get legionaries! There ...
... we went to the supermarket (not one day has gone by where we haven't been to the supermarket at least once a day). And that was the extent of our day - as you can tell morals were pretty low having gone from the best time in Colombia, to the worlds dodgiest hostel. Here we met two London boys that were traveling from Central America to Peru by bike.
... 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 ...
... building (but still a bit empty) to staff running around cleaning, making breakfast and helping guests along, the walls are covered in paintings and creativity with furniture in the rooms. Well done girls. I have to admit it was nice being the special guest:) And special guests get to decide whats for dinner the first night: Ceviche Sushi. Its a fusion dish. A mix of Peru and Ecuador. Fried fish in a sushi ...
... popped into a little art gallery and also saw at least two artists at work in their studios. Once we reached the top of Cerro Santa Ana we went up the lighthouse and had a look inside the chapel, which I really liked.
After that the others went back to have a lie down and a swim ...