Hotel Sol de Oro
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... I feel. We talked about how the process of de-stressing - really ridding your system of all the anxiety and toxins and bad habits - can take a really long time. Even after six weeks, I have alot to learn. And it has made me wonder about my life when I return home, and what it might look like to live in a way that generates less stress and more joy. American culture has made being stressed out the norm for most of us. How many times, when asked how I was in ...
... the top we walked a further 52 steps which took us to the top of the light house and a night view of the town. Last but not least we visited the small church next to the lighthouse. There were people filming Guayacuil at the viewpoint ready for the Pope's visit.
We had dinner at the hotel, then to bed to our unfortunately noisy room which overlooked the road.
The next day we travelled to Puerto Morro to visit a nature reserve. We took a boat trip through ...
... the more. He still doesn't know what he said that was so funny. He believes it was the Aussie accent, not his Spanish!
Our hotel is located in a street called Avenue Nueve de Octubre. Lots of streets in each town/city seem to be have this name because this was the date that Ecuador gained independence from Spain but it can be very confusing for visitors.
In fact, there are few actual addresses apart from the central areas (which involve naming the nearest ...
... one of the seven or so preparations offered on the menu. Fortunately the proprietress (a nice old lady who has run this restaurant for 39 years) stopped by to see if we needed anything. Craig asked for a recommendation on the sea bass and was given a lengthy description of her favorite way to prepare it, It sounded magnificent. The waiter then whispered something to her and she said to us ...
... offices to open, where there was no buses for the next day meaning we had to go that evening, but not to Ecuador, to another northern **** heap town and change buses there, we would have to soldier on and booked for that day. People had told us the city was beautiful, whoever said that hadn't been to Cusco or Arequipa because outside of an OKish town sq the place was a dump, so we grabbed some brekkie and then went to Maccas to get some WiFi, at which ...