Atlantic Suites Hostal
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... overrun by tourism yet (I'm really starting to feel like the USA literally owns this country and exploits it for tourism purposes, inherently ruining the culture because of the assimilation process... Ecuadorians have adopted almost every way of American life). For this reason, I think I'll stick around for a day or two to explore Guayaquil when I return from the Galapagos. After some good conversation and a much needed shave (face is waaaaaaay too hot in this area), I ...
... the edge of the truck holding onto ice cream fridges, Rosmari doing the same opposite me, we had a great sunset among masses of banana trees, then we hit the main road and I held on a little tighter as it would be rather painful to fall off at the speed our driver was going. A free lift into town we figured out where we could get a bus back to Guayaquil, bit of frantic rush back to the house and out the door to get to the bus terminal and head to Tena and the jungle!
... in a variety of ways. All in all it was great.
The following day was our final day in the Galapagos and after breakfast I decided to walk the eight kilometres to Tortuga Bay. This bay had been recommended to us as a great visit by many of the our tourists we had met on the islands with plenty of animals and birds on the islands plus the most beautiful beach. The walk was interesting enough and on the way I managed to locate a lagoon in ...
... and did a rather cursory search before saying that everything was fine.
When I checked the time as I sat down on the plane it was 18.16, a minute after we were supposed to have departed. We set off within 30 minutes. The sun was setting as we left Guayaquil. I felt excited about the fact I'd be back in the UK again soon and to be spending time in Madrid before that, but I did also feel sad to be leaving Ecuador, a country that had been so kind to ...
... wasn't all that much meat in them, apart from in particularly large and fat pincers, but I was still really glad I'd had them. What there was was very tasty and juicy. I was given a wooden mallet to crack the shells, legs and pincers with! They were all very thick, so a hammer or mallet of some sort was definitely needed. I was given a plastic bib at the start as well; this was ...