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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... running late and when we got to our room, there was a double bed. Luckily the hotel was able to find a twin room for us but it took some time. The final straw was discovering the light switch for the bedside lights was broken so the only way to turn off the lights was to remove the light bulbs. ...
... on the beach, playing volleyball, building bonfires and dancing to salsa and reggaeton all night. One of my favorite Ecuadorian customs is that after 10pm it becomes 'sharing hour' and whenever you buy a beer (or bring a coconut) you pass it around for all to share. Those four extra days of shared beers and shared memories pushed what would have been a great trip over the threshold to becoming one of the most memorable weeks of my life. It was during those ...
... was English and had met her Ecuadorian husband while working here (she is a civil engineer). They live in Santo Domingo, north of Guayaquil and had driven for 5 hours for her husband to have a game of golf with his Dad.
We enjoyed an extended chat and she subsequently offered to come to the phone shop to help us arrange a plan and in the process, gave us lots of useful tips. So we are now connected - $6 each prepaid at $0.11 a minute for local calls. Bob later added ...
... its time for cocktail afternoon, complimentary 2 cocktails.....mmmmm. Pina Coladas.
We are in for an early start tomorrow, wake up call is 5.30am with luggage to be collected at 5.45am and then off to the airport for a 2 hour flight to the Galapagos Islands. Will probably be out of range for the 8 days.
Will have lots of amazing stories when back in internet space world...
... an IMAX theater. Pretty impressive, although the Guayas River itself is muddy, wide, and full of branches streaming back and forth with the tidal influence.
Back at the hotel, we researched restaurants and found one recommended by both Trip Advisor and our Galapagos tour operators just 3 blocks down the street. We each decided on sea bass for our main course but the question ...