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I told the handler I wanted fuel right away. The fuel truck came but only had 40 gallons on board, not enough, so I deferred to the morning trusting that they'll have the truck there on time. Quickly through Immigration and Customs with the new handler, then a short ride to a hotel in the hotel's shuttle. I met a Ecuadorian pilot on the ramp who flies a Cheyenne around this part of the world and runs a large retail business of some kind. ...
... in and got out tickets then went through security. Thankfully this is a very small airport and our plane didn't actually get boarded until 11:30. So everything worked out well in the end. We flew to Lima and hung out at Starbucks basically the whole time. We had a long wait, like 7hrs. We got a frap, tea, and a coffee while being there. We also went for lunch and supper at the food court. It was interesting there. You could take a seat and people would come up to you with menus ...
... wife Quil, both of whom chose to jump off a cliff and commit suicide rather than surrender to the Spanish. The province is named Guayas after the chief. Arrived at the hotel around 4:15 and were greeted by staff with a wet wash cloth and a glass of mango juice. Room is great; king-size playpen, free wi-fi. Soft drinks and juice complimentary, but we did pay about $5000 per person for the excursion to Galapagos. Met the group for dinner in the hotel at ...
... can open its mouth ten times bigger than itself and it drinks one ton of milk a day from its mom when it's a baby.
Yesterday, we packed up to go to Guayaquil were my dad's friend Gustavo lives. We took a bus Olón right on the Pacific Ocean. Then we took a bus to Guayaquil. At the bus station, Gustavo met us and drove us back to his apartment. His apartment is super amazingly nice and so is he. The rest of the day we chillaxed.
On Sunday morning ...
... that she was probably just too young to be separated from her mum and missed her and her milk. That was a week in which we went from ridiculously happy to ridiculously sad!
So now we’re trying to get back to things the way they were before, focus on work and enjoy this experience and being in the forest (it is beautiful here). I ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking