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Av. Francisco de Orellana, Mz. 111, Guayaquil, Ecuador
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... great day. Monday morning Carolyn packed up and started her travel day from hell. 24 hours straight travelling. 3 hours back to Guayaquil through the mountains, wait for her flight to Lima, Peru. Fly to Lima, 3 hour layover, fly to Rio, ...
... , it is manic and fierce. Today is 30 degree C. I head out to 9 October street. This is downtown Guayaquil. It's chaotic! People are streaming around everywhere. I'm yet to be propositioned, but I'm fully alert to my surroundings! For this ...
... , many of you may not even have heard about the place. But maybe it makes more sense when I tell you that Guayaquil is Ecuador's biggest city (apparently bigger than the capital Quito), a gateway to the Galapagos Islands (all flights go through here), ...
... . In the waiting lounge we get talking to a couple from Sweden who can speak spanish and tell us the airline didn´t mention are Guayaquil to quito flight would leave the next morning and we would be staying in a hotel overnight. Excellent, we´re in no ...
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Stretching for several miles along the Rio Guayas, this lively boardwalk is well-patrolled day and night and features small food stands, other eateries and a blend of historic and modern buildings.
Like the ugly duckling to swan tale, this once poor area was transformed into a prime tourist attraction - a 465-foot stairway flanked by colorful houses, eateries, gift shops and galleries.
Ave. Juan Tanca Marengo and Joaquin Orrantia, Guayaquil, Ecuador
This is a popular beach getaway resort for locals that is famous for its quaint fishing village, hotels, restaurants and bars.