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  • GalapagosWe flew to the Galapagos from Guayaquil to a small island called Baltra. We then took a small ferry, a bus and a taxi to get to our hostel in the biggest town in the Galapagos called Puerto Ayora on Posted by Ninirock in Nini and Emma Take on South America | Jun 25, 2013
  • Quito, first impressionHi there everyone, For those that didn't know, I have been here in Ecuador for a long time about 2 months and I am just starting travelling around. Quito is actually my second stop of my travel around the country. I Posted by martinmorlot in One student losing himself in Ecuador | Jun 25, 2013
  • Short Stop in GuayaquilWe left Mancora for Ecuador on a night bus that ended up in Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city. This was were the boys flew home from. We managed to have a look around before the left. There's a nice development called Posted by Ninirock in Nini and Emma Take on South America | Jun 25, 2013
  • Evolution baby There had been a lengthy debate leading up to this year-long jaunt; if we were to allow ourselves one big ticket item, out of two very special places – The Galapagos Islands or Antarc Posted by ladiesofleisure in A year or so of Misadventure and fun | Jun 25, 2013
  • Ecuador – Our unplanned gateway to the Amazon and GalapagosEcuador had never been part of our plan, but all along our travels the people we met would rave about it, so before long that and the fact it could connect us to Colombia, became good enough reason to add Posted by moseyingmizuiks in Morning Coffee | Jun 25, 2013
  • 6th day San CristobalMorris Writing We got picked up from Casa Mabell at 9am sharp, our guide/driver for the day was Juan Carlos, Juan Carlos works as a taxi driver 1st and foremost but he can also do day trips with people like what Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 24, 2013
  • 5th day San CristobalMorris Writing Sunday was a quiet day in San Cristobal, I managed to sleep until 7am, an hour longer than every other morning since we’ve arrived in town, maybe I’ll have to have 2 whiskeys in the evening every night from Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 23, 2013
  • 4th day San CristobalMorris Writing We went on our 1st organised trip in the Galapagos on Saturday the 22nd of June, we decided to go for the most popular tour on San Cristobal, snorkelling/tour to a place called Kicker Rock, $50 each got us Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 22, 2013
  • 3rd day San CristobalMorris Writing Friday 21.06.13 I got woken up at 05.50 by the roosters again, once I’m awake I cant get back to sleep, so I got up and chilled out on the balcony at Casa Mabel, I forgot to mention that there Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 21, 2013
  • 2nd Day in San CristobalMorris Writing 2nd day San Cristobal We both slept well on the 1st night in San Cristobal, unfortunately I was woken at 5.45am by the roosters, actually not roosters just one, I got up at 6am and had a listen, I could Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 20, 2013
  • 1st day San CristobalMorris Writing We both slept well in Hostal Perla Real Inn, I for one was very surprised because the hotel is located on a very busy road, luckily we had a room at the back, I slept all the way through Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 19, 2013
  • Bye Bye Ayampe…… for just now anywayWe finished our 4th week of Spanish Lessons on Friday the 14th of June, the last week went well, Ruth and I both struggled with the 4 hours of lessons in the afternoon though, in the 3rd week of lessons Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 18, 2013
  • Arrive in Ecuador- 3rd countryDay 53- Thursday 25.4.13 Santiago/ Quito Pick up at 4 am!!! Arrive in reception and no pick up to be seen. The receptionist says another 5 mins and then calls a cab. Finally the transfer turns up about 25 mins late. Luckily we Posted by Ford and Bates in Helen and Laurence South America | May 3, 2013
  • 3rd Week of Spanish Lessons/Dodgy GutsMorris Writing Havent been on the blog or email much over the last week, a bit of a mix of different reasons, Ruth and I both had dodgy stomachs last week, it was always going to happen eventually, we had breakfast Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 12, 2013
  • Ecuador - a delightful surpriseAfter such a wonderful time in the Galapagos, we returned to mainland Ecuador. We began with a trip to Banos. We had heard a lot about Banos in the guide books. It's famed for its hot Posted by ofenelon in Dodging Mosquitos | Jun 8, 2013
  • Discovering the Galapagos IslandsWe have been so fortunate to visit some places that have been lifelong dreams like Machu Picchu, and this was another. The Galapagos Islands are very unique. They are world-famous for their unusual and fearless wildlife. This is the result Posted by Scott-Georgie in Georgie & Scott in South America | Jun 6, 2013
  • Night out in MontanitaFriday night at Xanadu we arranged to have a night out on Saturday evening in the town of Montanita with Flo from Austria, Mark from Canada, Suzie the Ozzie and a guy from Switzerland called Joel, Flo met Joel randomly Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 3, 2013
  • My Travel Dream Come True - The Galapagos IslandsAfter a horrendous journey to Guayaquil in Ecuador (26 hours, numerous buses, closed border etc) we booked into our hotel and quickly began to book our flights to the Galapagos the following day. It may seem very last minute Posted by ofenelon in Dodging Mosquitos | Jun 2, 2013
  • Nice SunsetMorris Writing Friday after finishing the Spanish lessons at 5pm we had a beer with Vanessa & Ryan the owners of the Spanish school and Mark from Canada, Vanessa informed us that our Spanish teacher for next week speaks 5 different Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | Jun 2, 2013
  • Mas fruta que se puede comerWhere to begin, I've been taking the one month intensive permaculture course on the farm, and I'm so excited about what I've been learning. Nicola has been teaching us about various aspects of agriculture, like different ways of Posted by milaina14 in Ecuador | Jun 2, 2013
  • 2nd week of Spanish LessonsThe 2nd week of Spanish lessons have been going well, we have a new teacher this week, Margarita from Puerto Lopez, Margarita doesn’t speak English very well so we are having to speak a lot more Spanish, this will be Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | May 29, 2013
  • Caimans and Toucans and Piranhas Oh My!Day One Welcome to the jungleP We were up at 4am for our flight to Quito then had five hours at the airport until out flight to Coca. After a short 30 minute flight to Coca, we took a bus, motorised canoe Posted by EricaJY in Adventure Americas | May 29, 2013
  • Galapagos Part ThreeDay Seven To Santa Cruz Island, wild giant tortoises, lava caves and kayaking We took a boat to our final destination in the Galapagos, Santa Cruz island. This is the "economic capital" and busiest town we saw in the Galapagos with lots Posted by EricaJY in Adventure Americas | May 29, 2013
  • Holiday WeekendThis past weekend was a holiday weekend in Ecuador, Gabi in Los Orishas told us Ayampe would be a bit busier with people coming down from the cities for a beach break, after the Spanish lessons on Friday afternoon we Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | May 26, 2013
  • Somos de Escocia - We are from ScotlandMorris Writing We successfully completed the 1st week of the Spanish lessons, 1 week down 3 to go, its been a good laugh so far and we have both taken in a lot, our teacher Estephanie (not Stephanie like we 1st Posted by RuMo in Bernera/Steinish | May 24, 2013
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