Hotel Sun Beach Salinas
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... we took a taxi further out the road to the small town of Guano. I guess we all suppose that this is the Spanish word for mountains of solidified bird droppings but in fact there is no such Spanish word in my Larousse dictionary and the town was quite pleasant if not exciting. However, we had absorbed all of its charms, including at least a dozen shoe shops in a hundred metre stretch, in about twenty minutes and picked up another taxi back ...
... in the mud before! When we finally reached our starting point after going back through all the mud and water we did on the way in, we were all proud that we made it through together. Being the intelligent woman that I am, I didn't bring any other shoes, so I spend the 3 hour bus ride barefoot. (My wonderful host mother cleaned my shoes for me the next day and they look good as new! .....mom....dad...)
... at. Own large room with shower etc, better wardrobes than we have at home and secure parking for the bike.
Steak dinner down the road for $5 and heading for a good nights sleep.
It is difficult to get good maps of Central & South America and I have two for Ecuador and they give different numbers to the roads and are very difficult to read. If anyone is thinking of riding this way, get the best before you leave.
... a bit of effort to munch on and the powerades turned to slushies which was actually quite nice because even though it was freezing up on the mountain with the wind and no light, after a few hours climbing in all the kit it was pretty warm.
We kept going and we were starting to get a bit of light which was nice, im not sure how long we had been going for maybe 7 hours and i was really starting to fatigue. It sucked, my mind was willing, i just ...
... girl. To them here, a gringa is like what they see in the movies, a good looking, white girl. Since it's so different for that sort of girl to actually be here, in these men's presence.
On Wednesday, my family and I left for Salinas, a beachy city/town about 2 hours from Guayaquil. On the way, we made a stop at a fruit stand, which looked to be a girl of about 12 selling fruit with her family on the side of the road. Along the way, we stopped for lunch, ...