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... days but I didn't have wifi and although Marco replied they'd already left RE and long story short we ended up in 2 groups. We headed to some bars that had been mentioned as final destinations but as they were VERY upmarket and about $25 to get in or requiring VIP we hoped back in the taxi and headed to the main strip. To be honest the main strip seems to be full of basic bars jazzed up to look more premium and full of young ecuadorians grinding each other - it's something ...
... A visit to Guayaquil isn't complete without a walk along the river, on the waterfront area called the Malecon 2000. It was a late afternoon and my stroll was very pleasant. It was also a great place for people watching, which I spent the rest of the afternoon doing. Back at the hostel I cooked my own dinner (I had to finish my bag of rice as no organic products are allowed to be brought into Galapagos) and spent the ...
... I instantly went defensive mode. Hands on wallet, camera and phone and checking over my shoulder that someone isn't messing with my bag. I answered the guy, not to be rude and hoping that he would just go away when the lights changed. Instead he kept walking with me all the way to the park. We had a pretty good conversation, he had been traveling and was missing it and just wanted to talk to some foreigners who spoke English.
Since the park was not that exciting and ...
... and I was able to witness his work, his passion and his challenges. I am extremely impressed and humbled by Father Simon. I have some much to talk about, but I will not be able to do it on this post since I have to get ready. Please stay tuned and I will blog you later!
... else this morning when Elmo was speaking Spanish on TV (and yes! he is annoying in Spanish too!).
I can hear the loud traffic outside since my hotel is in a very busy street. Don Luis, the owner of the hotel (he is also the bell boy, cook, guide, airport driver, and the cleaning lady) gave me a map ...