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... and she is happy to write a report by email to confirm my story, and then when I get to the Galapagos Islands, I will have to find a police station and try to get them to write me a report. I don’t know how that is going to work, but I’m going to have to give it a shot.
After a complete waste of a morning, I got my bus at 11:30am that went north to Ambato, and then turned around and went south through Riobamba to get ...
... chaos. Everyone just does what they want within a few rules that seem to be pretty flexible. People are very courteous but not very patient drivers. They will let you cut in, but if you're half a second late at the lights you will be tooted. It's great fun.
Ill stay with Karla again tonight. It'll probably be one of the last showers I get with hot water AND pressure! It's a rarity around here. Some of her friends from the church dropped in ...
... the Spanish
word seemed to back it up, an apple tart. However when we ate it, it turned out
to be a spinach and cheese filling with a sweet sugary pastry shell: a pretty
bizarre flavour! Thankfully the coffees were normal. After walking along a bit
more of the Malecon and seeing the very ornate and regal looking city hall we
walked up the main street to a large plaza in the city centre. We sat around
the park like all ...
At the Malecón in Guayaquil there is a wooden boat docked called the Captain Morgan, which on Friday and Saturday nights becomes a floating bar. It leaves at 11.30 pm and sails up and down the river Guayas for a couple of hours; you pay $15 to get in and then it´s all you can drink for free.
A group of us decided to give it a go. Before we went got on the Captain Morgan we had a few drinks at Las Peñas. We met up in a bar called 'La ...
... a leaving present to myself. Mum bought a Panama-like hat for herself and cloth that can be used as a scarf or put on a table. Then we sat in a café and Mum had some black tea with milk - it tasted better than the tea she had the other day - and I had a big glass of coconut and blackberry juice.
After Mum had gone through to passport control, out of sight, I got a taxi back to the flat. It was roughly 6.30pm by then.