Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sol De Oriente Internacional Guayaquil
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... 2.5km long so I had a stroke in the sun. At the end was a village with lots of different coloured houses and a walk up to a lighthouse. It was like you were walking through a village in Greece or something. There were no roads just cobbled paths. It was lined with lots of security men Though which was really odd as this was where people lived. Better for tourists I guess though. A lot of the coloured buildings were houses but at the ...
... the guy inside couldn't tell me what it was with the amount of English he knew. With the amount of Spanish I know I worked out that it was $3 entry and the was English inside. So, what the hell, have a look for just 3 bucks right.
It was a series of stories of guayaquils history depicted by little models. Each scene had a storey to go with it that was told my a narrator activated by push button. It all lit up and there were sounds etc. no moving parts tho. It was ...
... city AND have people waiting for me at the bus station to pick me up. Those two girls standing there with their big smiles just made my day after 26 hours in the bus. Back at their hoste it was like coming home and seeing the improvements they had done over the past 4 years was amazing. So proud of those two strong ladies building up a hostel all by themselves. "Nuca Pacha" had changed from a two woman show in a ...
The people are better looking, taller, less Andean-tribal looking in comparison to Peru and Bolivia, the men are more interested, there's a palpable Caribbean influence and the climate is tropical. There's also an air of danger after dark, not dissimilar to Delhi but to a lesser extent. Let's see what Ecuador has to offer and see if it contends with my clear favourite country so far - Bolivia. Next stop after Ecuador's biggest city - the Galapagos ...
... to the language school tomorrow morning at 11.30 am, just as I get back from my Spanish lesson. Then we'll go straight on to the bus terminal together so I can help them get their tickets to Playas, where they're going for the day. I wish I could come too, because I've never been to Playas, but I have a conversation class between 7-9am, my Spanish lesson between 9.30-11am and an upper-intermediate class between 4-8pm.