Hotel Sol de Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while now, but it’s about 90 degrees here in Guayaquil, so it’s very nice to have A/C.
I dropped my bags off in my room, hoped that no one would break in and steal them while I was gone, and left to find some food. There are tons of little bars and restaurants near the hostel, so I picked one and had a pretty decent dinner. I walked over to the mall from there, which is only ten minutes down the road and had a look for ...
... in a 20 foot diameter. One of the guards is pushing someone in a wheelchair who has a blanket over his/her head, but on his/her lap is a giant Pooh bear. Others come in with curtains on wheels (like in a hospital for privacy). They encircle this character with privacy screens. Bizarre? Then, as if the privacy curtains weren't enough, they start bringing in 8 foot high portable walls to surround him on three sides, using the curtains on ...
A delayed flight back to Guayaquil in the morning.
Once we got back to the flat we rested for a little bit and then I took Dave into my place of work to show him around. We said hello to everyone who was there, looked round most of the classrooms not in use at the time and then watched the first half of Ecuador's second group round World Cup match against Honduras in the lobby area with some ...
... I had never been to before. It was a very interesting place because the walls were covered with laminated photographs and framed newspaper pages and articles that looked decades old. There were also antique telephones and gramophones, old Latin American records in their sleeves, a collection of empty cigarette packets stuck onto part of one wall and two flatscreen TVs showing some very eccentric and low-budget-looking cumbia, reggaeton and merengue videos ...
... me, Mum and I walked down the road to the Museo Etnográfico de Artesanía de Ecuador, stopping on the way at a lovely little triangular park for a look-around. This museum had fascinating displays about the various indigenous tribes in Ecuador and their traditional dress, utensils, musical instruments and art. Between us, our favourite exhibits were some colourful feather crowns, carved wooden guagua de pan moulds (the sweet bread ...