The Guayaquil waterfront is very nice. You can walk around both day and night, as it's a very quiet. There are restaurants, expositions and much more. And if you want to just enjoy nature, sit on a bench and appreciate the panorama.
Since I couldn't get to the Galapagos due to a lack of funds, I had to settle for this little nature park. There were many iguanas and turtles to photograph. The boldest children were entertained by pulling their tails and feeding them by hand. This is a unique park in the middle of the tourist centre of Guayaquil.
Here are some pictures of the many moments I shared with friends, pets, and, of course, family. You can see the photo of the kids laughing at places like the beach and at the mountain. Also, here we are in my house ... In the lake ... Etc. .. The colorful church is illuminated with colored lights that change every 2 or 3 minutes. And the view is beautiful! Here, I got a photo of it in blue. I hope you enjoy and like them as much as I did! Greetings from Ecuador!
It's obvious why this place is named this. It's due to the enormous amount of iguanas (yes, iguanas) that walk between the people's feet who come there and you have to be careful not to step on them. They come in all sizes, most quite large. Climb trees, fight with some squirrels that will dispute the ground and fed with a little of everything. My sincere gave me some little thing, but people passed it rather than (including my wife). Nature lovers, visit the site.
This is one of the most picturesque places in the city. It mixes art, music and paintings. The place can be visited at any time, since it's very safe. There are bars and restaurants in the area with live music which is really fun.
Taking a trip in the Morgan, a small boat that takes tourists along the most emblematic river of the city, is a lovely journey that immerses both foreigners and Ecuadorians in the calm waters of the Guayas. Like my background shows, it's a city whose beauty we are undoubtedly proud of.
El centro de Guayaquil es un ajetreado lugar donde se ve gente que apuradamente entra o sale de los bancos, oficinas y negocios de todo tipo. A ciertas horaa del día el tráfico y el ruido pueden ser intensos.
Lo que menos uno espera es ver arte, pero sorpresa, en la espalda de dos edificios se encuentra un moseo que muestra reproducciones en gigantografías de obras de conocidos pintores ecuatorianos como Eduardo Solá Franco, Eduardo Kigman, Oswaldo Vitere, Luigi Stornaiolo, Mario Ronquillo, entre otros. Los pintores en exhibición rotan cada cierto tiempo.
Esta especie de museo es una iniciativa de una empresa privada que apoya el arte ecuatoriano y da la oportunidad a locales y visitantes de dar un breve vistazo al arte de este país.
Es arte a la vista de todos los que pasan quienes pueden apreciar durante los 365 días del año en cualquier momento, ya que hasta en las noches cuenta con iluminación. Es un rincón que no se pueden perder y es totalmente gratis. Está ubicado en la esquina de las calles Panamá y Francisco de P. Ycaza.