Barcelo Colon Miramar
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... through farming land and wine country which was quite beautiful. We arrived at Valparaiso around 1pm and soon realised the bus station we'd come to wasn't on our Lonely Planet map so we had a bit of a hard time gathering our bearings. After walking for 2 hours in the hot sun with all our belongings on our back, we finally found a place to stay. In the main city center is has been leveled out, but as you get back a ...
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, ...
Today we went to see the casa the house of famous poet once lived here and wrote her master piece. Had so called the best empanadas. And at night horrible thing happened. I found out I have been bitten by fleas. Luckily it was not bed bug since it flies. But still they are on my ...
... little city with many extravagant hotels lining the high hills near the coast. We then stopped at Museo Fonck. A museum full of artefacts to do with Easter Island and it's inhabitants, but unfortunately due to the lateness of the day we didn't have time to go in. However, outside was an actual Easter Island statue! There was also a rock they had taken which had been worn away in circular shapes from years of repeated grinding of rocks or cups. There was also a shop here full ...
... the dogs that joined them regularly. The first point in the tour was at the port which was once the biggest and richest port in Latin America and gave Valparaiso its heydey until the opening of the Panama Canal. We also visited a nearby street that was apparently the richest street in Latin America but is now fairly run down, characterised by an unfinished hotel on the corner in which the granddaughter of the guy who started building it still lives alone; she ...