Travel Blogs from Guayaquil
... at home – we have a daily collection of mouse droppings on our floor, which are falling down from the ceiling (where the mice presumably have their en-suite) and we had a visit from a very large toad last night, who we had to coax out with brooms. There is a weird scratching noise during the night coming from the cupboard (don’t know what that is, yet), and spiders, ants and lizards all over ...
... smell vomit once on our bus! We will not miss bus rides after this vacation! : )
We wanted two days in Guayaquil so that we had time to get anything we needed for the Galapagos Islands. Tina wanted to visit a cemetery that she noticed the last time we were in Guayaquil so we spent the morning there and walking the ...
... our food, suspect hygiene philosophy; nough said, entirely incomprehensible menu; our 10 week Spanish course was not useless but sometimes it felt like it was) Armed with a bunch if printouts we ended up at a local chain restaurant, across from a Maccas. This made us feel sufficiently chuffed, particularly when we ordered the salad. Tomorrow we needed to go to the airport to fly to the islands so an early night probably was needed. So it was ...
... greeted by some indigenous locals in costume performing a traditional dance; one that looked remarkably similar to English maypole dancing. The dancers showed varying levels of enthusiasm and one guy in particular looked as if he had taken something as he couldn't seem to stop moving, much to the bemusement of his fellow dancers. The town of Alausi itself was interesting as apart from the train there was nothing else ...
... Malecon 2000 is much larger than Larcomar and has a stage for performances, an iMax theater and Eiffel's Crystal House (The man who built the Eiffel Tower also designed several buildings in South America: in Iquitos, Peru and in Uruguay.) 3. Barrio Las Penyas: This is definitely a copycat of Chile's Valparaiso. Painted houses set on a hill. Yes, I climbed the 444 steps to the top with picture to prove it! However, the poor do still live in ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking