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... anniversary and there would be celebrations, so we made plans to get tickets for the follow day and travel together to see the jungle and the cities celebrations.
My third day in Guayaquil, we left Guayaquil to a small village of Naranjal where there was a trail to several waterfalls, and get back in time to catch our night bus to Tena. The journey seemed to take a lot longer than expected, and when we finally arrived at the side of road in the middle ...
... and admiring the numerous impressive colonial buildings, mainly churches. There was also a plaza full of iguanas which was quite bizzare as it was based in the heart of the CBD.
That evening we found an amazing BBQ place where we had a huge feast and reflected on our time in Ecuador, before catching the bus to Lima the next morning.
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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 ...
... 2.5km long so I had a stroke in the sun. At the end was a village with lots of different coloured houses and a walk up to a lighthouse. It was like you were walking through a village in Greece or something. There were no roads just cobbled paths. It was lined with lots of security men Though which was really odd as this was where people lived. Better for tourists I guess though. A lot of the coloured buildings were houses but at the ...
... it was about 6 before we arrived at Karla's again and they wanted to go out to church at 8. I figured i won't understand a word, it's only an hour, so why not go along too.
It turned out to be quite entertaining. It was huge, there would have been a few hundred people or more in a convention center. Enough to have 4 big projected screens up and two floors for viewing. Even though I couldn't understand what was going on it was still ...