Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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... but after a lot of shouting at the bus company Kelly is given a cushion to sit on and I ride next to the driver. No idea what's going on.
- Border crossing goes smoothly and we finally get seated on the bus. We settle in for the night.
- At 8pm the bus draws into Guayaquil bus station and everyone gets off. Driver tells us we have to get another bus to Banos and shows us to a ...
... to remember all the cool stuff we saw. Elissa was to meet some girlfriends for dinner and asked us to come along. We went to a Japanese restaurant and the food was wonderful!! We also decided that we needed to lighten the load and there is a way to ship a package relatively easily so we are going to send a package of unneeded items to Rhonda. That is about it for today… Buenos notches!! Blog you ...
... of live guinea pigs as well. I fear they were there not to be sold as pets but for food...
At the bus station I bought two chocolate ring doughnuts to keep me going on the four-hour journey. At the first village we came to after leaving the mountains a man got on with a straw platter piled high with empanadas and other similar snacks; he walked up and down for a ...
... fine. We had a really good time; freshwater swimming in the middle of nowhere was a nice contrast to the dust and excitement and noise of the rodeo in Salitre.
After we'd both had a swim and got changed, I had a plate of 'seco de pato' for lunch at a shack nearby that only sold that one thing. 'Seco de pato' is a type of duck stew, and like the vast majority of dishes here, is served with rice. It was lovely, just what I needed.
... climb. The room is spacious with a seating area, a small balcony with bistro table and chairs to sit out and enjoy the view of the Guaya river.
Our time in GYE was wonderful and we are happy to have had the chance to enjoy the space and time in this wonderful city and country.
If you are looking for somewhere "different" as a holiday destination, I highly recommend a trip to Ecuador to see for yourself what this wonderful country has to offer.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed