Hotel Sol de Oro
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... with them. In Ecuador it is extremely rude to refuse food from a family as they are very prideful and can be shamed or ostracized by other families if they are refused...with that being said I found myself in a very ************* when they pulled out several kinds of fish (including those little sucker fish people put in their fish tanks to keep them clean) but even more upsetting for my stomach was the big roasted caterpillars on ...
... the Cathedral. After a walk along the Malecon, we call it a night.
Breakfast is at Hotel Continental, and what an elaborate buffet it is. Everything from soup to ceviche, fish, steak, empanada, eggs, bacon, cheese and pastries is served !
Then we are off to the bus terminal for the trip to Cuenca....or maybe not. It is Carnival, so intercity buses are over full...forget it. We need a private van from another ...
... many rough places. Well, Ica was like stepping back to India, dirt roads everywhere, endless honking of horns and Tuk-tuks all over the place, along with the customary street dog following you relentlessly, that said it reminds you you aren't at home and I sort of enjoyed being taken back to India, a country I enjoyed so much.
Huacachina is literally a desert oasis, and a nice little place to stop over for a day, there isn't to much to the town itself ...
... bus times out of here. Gonna get 1am bus to Guayaqil but it was fully booked so booked onto the 10pm one instead. It will arrive in Guayaquil at 4:30am if it runs smooth and from there we will just find a bus to Mancora. Simones followin us again which has put a danper on things, for being 34 and a "seasoned traveller" she doesnt seem to be able to do anythin herself. She was meant to go to Montañita which i was so happy about but now she is going to ...
... to sit / chill, for families to enjoy and for kids of all ages to play. We went on board a large sail boat harboured there and pretended to be pirates for 5 minutes and then headed over to see the iguanas in their park, along with the most flat screen TVs I've ever seen in a church! We then went to meet the others, along with Ovi's dad and Edu's brother and mum, at a fish restaurant. After eating we rode the metro between bus terminals so people could pickup various tickets and ...