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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from Chiclayo taking you through immigration easily, as when I went to Ecuador for a few days on a visa run the border crossing was convoluted awkward and expensive.
A few weeks before leaving the school, I came up with ideas of keeping my costs down, one of which was extend my stay at the school by two weeks, another was to use couchsurfing and the other was WWOOFing (cheap or free bed and food for working a few hours on a farm). Within a few days I had ...
... s when we saw it...the golden arches. McDonald's is such a treat when eating mostly rice based dishes. Locals even eat rice at breakfast here.
Our hostel was conveniently located close to both the bus station and the airport so a good night's sleep in the nice Dreamkapture hostel, with a very friendly and informative host, provided perfect preparation for our 11 day trip to the Galapagos islands.
Dad had been dreading the return ferry journey to Santa Cruz ever since we had experienced the rough crossing to reach Isabella. So it did not help when we arrived at the port at the allotted time an hour before departure and no one could find our reservation. We were not alone as Fernanda, a friendly lady travelling from Madrid was also in the same situation.
Minutes passes and people we knew from other tours arrived and subsequently ...
... snorkel Beautiful spot, unreal sea life, fish, marine Iguana's, sea lions turtle. 4.00 pm back to ship 4.30 pm back to Island dry landing, walking the coast spoting Penguins Hiked up 380 steps to extinct Volcano, what a view. 6.45 back on board 7.00 pm BBQ 8.30 Briefing on ...
... t except so another nice person in Guayaquil. We chose to see The Expendables 3 and it started in 4 hours which for us is a lot of time to waste in a mall. We found a nice Italian place for dinner and while we were eating a local guy sat down at the next table and started talking to us. It turns out he has travelled a lot, and even became a Hare Krishna in India when he was 17, he is now 57. We had a ...