Tropical Inn Hotel

Ambato, 516 y General Gomez, Guayaquil, Ecuador | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guayaquil

My visitors in Guayaquil, day 2

A travel blog entry by lucywillson


... carried on to the Captain Morgan, but as it turned out we didn't have time. We didn't want to be late for Captain Morgan!

The walk down the Malecon to where the boat was moored was very atmospheric in the dark, with the big monument and the Moorish Tower both lit up. After buying our tickets and waiting a while, we were allowed up the gangplank. A short while after the ship started to sail, a couple of guys with pirate hats came over and ...

Mum's last day in Guayaquil

A travel blog entry by lucywillson


This morning we took advantage of the Grand Hotel's delicious buffet breakfast again. First of all we had some hot stuff and then we went back for cold. I had scrambled eggs, a chicken and vegetable mixture and a couple of mini corviches (mashed yuca mixed with cheese and fried - a bit like a cheesy potato cake but slightly more gooey inside; I've had the big version before with onion mixed in too and they are delicious), followed by lots of ...

Lima (SPIM) to Guayaquil (SEGU)

A travel blog entry by harry4123


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Once again, a tailwind on takeoff, hazy skies, visibility about 4 miles. They gave me the TIMOR 3 departure which turned into vectors once they saw I couldn't fly as fast as the departing jets but it was pretty efficient. Once away from Lima they gave be direct to URA so I basically cruised along the coast northbound.

The weather was almost identical to last year - dry and hazy ...

From Iguana Mayhem to El Barrio Beauty

A travel blog entry by damangela


... and shops.

We were cautioned not to linger after dark, especially into the further section of Las Penas, due to the possibility of muggings and robberies. During our walk up toward the lighthouse in the late afternoon sun, we saw children playing on the steps, more kids playing soccer in the basketball court, guards at every turn, little shops selling drinks and snacks, and quaint restaurants sadly sitting empty. At the top ...

Christmas is coming

A travel blog entry by lucywillson


... my flat after work that night I put them on my bookcase. Now they have been joined by a little Christmas display, courtesy of an amazing parcel I received from Emma and Kate the other day! This was the contents (sorry to make another list of food, but I want to record this for posterity, so here goes!);

An Advent calendar card
A Christmas book ('Why was the
Partridge in the Pear Tree? The History of Christmas Carols')
Two glass snowflakes that unfortunately ...

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