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... to close up with only this group bowling, but we stay for a few rounds more, everyone is really friendly and interested, particularly to practice some English.
My second day, visited Parque Historico, an excellent free park, which includes a zoo, with lots of animals, and heritage park, with different buildings that have been piece by piece taken down from the city centre, mainly along the malecon and restored here, which they have aptly named Malecon 1900. ...
We got up and packed up the last of our bags before having breakfast shortly after 8 o'clock. We paid for the room, checked out then went out to the street to catch a taxi to the Bus terminal. We were lucky to jump straight on a bus leaving for Guayaquil direct through Cajas National Park, $8 per person. It took just under 4 hours. The bus terminal we arrived in at ...
... immediately felt at home and the disappointment of not returning to Jean’s House soon vanished. Rather bizarrely the issue with the rooms happened because of an international conference. Yes thats right, these fragile, environmentally precious islands which are under threat due to excessive human presence are now hosting major conferences! On Space Science! Some of the delegates were very nice, we met a great lady Anna, originally from Crimea. ...
... call Australia for us as we both got emails telling us that Citibank is issuing us with new cards and ours will be cancelled within 40 days. We freaked out as we have no other way of accessing our money as we forgot the pin codes to our other cards. We got told not to worry they can send them to us over seas as long as we call on the 1st October to see if our cards have been issued. So it's a waiting game. The afternoon was spent wandering the malecon in the ...
... cafés or art gallery's. Having reached the top I went back down to the walkway to sit and eat the packed lunch I bought, there I was sitting there when a security man came over and said "you can't sit like that". Bearing in mind I was just sitting normally, I was a bit confused and asked him why? He said it was because it was a clean area and bla bla bla. I speak Spanish and understand most things but this was one of those times ...