Howard Johnson Hotel Guayaquil
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... block away from the beach. The lot is probably about 150' x 350' and has a main house and three 1 bedroom guest houses in addition a huge empty space begging for a swimming pool and gardens. Apparently the guest houses rent for about 700.00 per month in high season and 400.00 per month in low season. With a little paint and some maintenance there are definitely some possibilities. Behind the property is protected land where nothing can be built, and from the ...
... the plane ride I arrived into Guayaquil and was determined to have a better experience here than the previous one. Well I got into the taxi and told him the address. After driving around for about 45 minutes looking, stopping, asking everyone where it was we eventually found the hidden, not very well sign posted hostel. As I entered the hostel there wasn't a sign of anyone, great, another empty hostel. The staff were really nice though. ...
... and did a rather cursory search before saying that everything was fine.
When I checked the time as I sat down on the plane it was 18.16, a minute after we were supposed to have departed. We set off within 30 minutes. The sun was setting as we left Guayaquil. I felt excited about the fact I'd be back in the UK again soon and to be spending time in Madrid before that, but I did also feel sad to be leaving Ecuador, a country that had been so kind to ...
After a week of partying in Mancora and Montanita, I made my way to Guayaquil to sort Galapagos. I thought it would be easy to get a last minute deal, but it was harder than I thought. By the time I booked a trip, it was too late to venture anywhere else in Ecuador, so I made the most of the quiet time in Guayaquil getting off the gringo trail, and actually staying in a nice place, Re Bed & Breakfast, speaking only Spanish and just reflecting on the last ...
... took up further five minutes. On arrival we rushed to the check-in desk, only to be met by a 'CLOSED' sign... luckily for us there were three or four others who needed the same flight, who had their tour guide with them - she got the check-in girl to print boarding passes for them. After they'd gone through the girl printed precious boarding cards for us too - thank goodness! We rushed through the passport and baggage checks as quickly as we could (the terminal was tiny, ...