Barcelo Colon Miramar
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After some fairly taxing bus rides we arrived in Salinas which is situated on Ecuadores South coast. In our guide book Salinass is described as a wannabe Miami Beach and is the place where all the rich Ecuadorian kids come to party and is also a major holiday destination for middle aged Americans.
Miami beach it certainly waasn´t, but the water was crystal clear and the beach was nice, even if it did remind us a little of 1980´s Spain, ...
... parts sad and angry over the limitations on my ability to walk much, which severely curtails my ability to see the sights and to just get out and enjoy each place. Chronic pain is just depressing. Coupled with a severe bout of homesickness, not just for my boys (and my dog!) and the shock of adjusting to hostel living, it has not been pretty:))
In my opinion, the hostels are overpriced and can often be beaten in price and ...
... very decorative Art Noveau mansion. The paintings were I think the collection of the house's former owner, some of them good, some awful & many in need of a good clean. The house itself had some lovely details- fine timber staircases, moulding & panelling. We took another funicular, relatively new having been built in 1902, down to the port, Trevor took a great video. We then wandered back up to the apartment. This is a city that keeps you ...
... the streets yesterday so hopefully it won't affect us early in the morning. We leave here at 6.30 am for the airport.
Maurice went out to buy some water for tomorrow a short while ago and found some more street art so he's ventured out again to take more photographs. That's what happens here, every time you think you've seen it all you find more ...
... it is still an important port in Chile. The defining characteristic is the surrounding Cerros or hills, each with different neighbourhoods. We explored its tiny streets and passageways, all with very colourful houses, dodgy electricity wires everywhere, and the arty and bohemian vibe, especially where we were staying. We enjoyed a free Alfajores (sweet pastry) and a pisco sour, tipped our guide, and took a walk along the main Street in the city which had great ...