Howard Johnson Hotel Guayaquil
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shopping malls, some artwork, and installations. Next we went into the ground of the a university where within the grounds are giant Galapagos turtles, I may not be going to the famous islands, but I did manage to get some photos with some Lonesome George lookalikes. I also got some photos of a rather angry turtle, Rosmari found a nearby tap, and thought it may want some water, so i expected her to put it near the mouth and make a small pool for it to drink from, no she ...
Woke up early this morning as we wanted to go for a walk along the wallboard around the mangroves, but unfortunately no one had come to open the gate like it was supposed to be at 6am so we went and had breakfast instead. We didn't have long to wait anyway because the last bus to the airport leaves at 8 o'clock and we needed to taxi up the road to the bus terminal as well. Once at the bus terminal we got straight on the bus ...
... looked uncannily like George W Bush (dressed in similar desert wartime fatigues). They immediately got on the launch first leaving the eight of us in the poor seats - I was not impressed.
Luckily the seas were not as rough as before and we crossed the straits much more quickly that the outbound journey. The captain was friendly, even slowing down so Dad could use the toilet at the slower speed. When we arrived Puerto Ayora, the town ...
We have now been in and out of Guayaquil 3 times, so this time we thought we would stay a few days and see what the town has to offer before flying out to the Galápagos Islands later this week. Both other times were simply a matter of passing through and changing buses in the giant terminal. It's like a giant shopping mall. You arrive on the ground level and buses leave from level 2 or 3. It has everything. This time however we jumped in a cab and headed for ...
Now that I was an "independent traveller" as they like to say I had to I start thinking on my own...those who know how stubborn I am, it's not so difficult. Off I went on the hour taxi ride to Quito airport (they say it's the worlds a farthest away airport from any city). The journey was stunning though, through mountains. I arrived at the airport early, and waited for my flight. It was the first time in 6 weeks that I actually felt quite ...