Cumbres de Ayangue
Travel Blogs from Guayaquil
On Saturday I decided to go back into town and try to get into the Museum of Anthropology and Contemporary Art, because it was closed when I went the Sunday before. I finished teaching at 13.00, so my plan was to go straight back to my flat to change, dump my rucksack, get my camera and then catch a bus all the way into town in order to get a nice long look round the museum until it closed at 17.30.
My plan was scuppered, ...
... up over the sand, surf and spectacular cocktails!
After a couple of days spent relaxing, swimming, lying in the hammock or on the beach, we became all too aware that if we didn't leave now we would never leave. So we made our way back to Guayaquil to see if we could fulfill one of the two last remaining things from our self compiled top ten 'must do's' in South America - that was to see a football game. It was something that had managed to allude us our ...
... drive us around for a couple of hours and
tell us a bit more about the city.
Ecuadoran ceviche, which we had in Manta and Guayaquil comes
“cooked” in a more soupy broth of lime and, for shell fish, tomato. We also tried items that looked sort of like
tamales because they are made from corn masa but that were very different from
anything we’d had in Mexico. The masa
was finer. Yum.
We were driven ...
... do you have? Where are you going next?" I should have had the kids represent me.
I was going to stay another night, but thought of another option. New experience! Called my Guayaquilian friend I met in Montanita. The older Anna. She said I could stay over, and that we should go out. Obviously I was inclined. When I broke the news to the kids they wernt not very happy. I presented them my footy card, and gave them a copy of the movie Tackleing Peace. A ...
... bin. Funny camp driver.
Another time I got the bus back to the hostel from the town, no seats so the driver pulls out a sponge cushion and puts it inside his little cage area, and I sit there for 30 minutes, facing everyone facing me, felt a bit funny but the driver was keen to keen to help and tell me where to get off, so sat there and it was fine.
Another time mark and I stopped in an icecream shop, it was ...