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... We saw lots of spiders, a snake, insect bugs, baby birds, poisonous frogs, armadillo holes, and a pond where two Cayman crocodiles live (we didn't see them though and Franklin said that it was better this way haha). We got to see lots of very cool looking plants and trees! We ate a few different leaves one tasted like onions and the other was from a cinnamon tree! I also ate a very tiny ant that tasted like lemon. The hike itself was ...
... is no standing room either. No maximum occupancy on this boat! The boat putters along and its engine sounds like a lawnmower in distress. Twenty minutes later we are across the narrow channel and on the island of Baltra.
Finally we make it to the airport, an abandoned WWII US airstrip.
Off we go. No fumigation required.
We arrive at our hotel in Guayaquil centro. We are facing the main square, Iguana ...
... the edge'. Suffice it to say sleep was to be found at a premium and I was a bit of a tired wreck when I personally had to pull half the baggage out of the luggage compartment to get my own as they had labelled my bag as going a few hours further than me, but this is SA and this barely registers as a hindrance.
To get to Huacachina you stop first in a city called Ica, I thought quite wrongly, that given the economic clout of this country there wouldn't ...
... of Andrew and Simone, they are such bell pieces. I must have worms or summin because i had 2 scrambled eggs, one fried, 3 bits of toast and a massive bowl of granola, fuit and yogurt and was still hungry. A tin of redbull would of went down a treat but iv not seen anywhere in Ecuador that has it. In Baños there isnt much else that i would like to do. Im not a fan of white water rafting so i think iv managed to do all i want so next thing i needed to do was ...
... will start construction on a new large 5 star hotel next year. Finally I was constantly wondering where the revenue from the 200,000 international visitors each paying the $100 entrance fee was going…..
We arrived in Guayaquil in the early evening and met David and Chaby as planned for dinner. I hope to be seeing David in Europe this summer. The following day we were back in cold misty Lima, awaiting the final leg of this trip - ...