In Guayaquil and other cities, I saw many small motorcycles/scooters with families riding them. Sometimes the mom would hold the baby and with others the child was large enough to ride in front of dad.
Economics dictates choices.
At least the family is wearing helmets.
In the middle of Guayaquil across the street from the Iguana Park (Parque Seminario) is the Catedral Metropolitana. It is also known as the Cathedral of St Peter. The original cathedral was made of wood and built in another location around the time of the city’s founding. It burned in 1692. This building was constructed between 1924 and 1937 in neo-Gothic style. It is located in the centre of old town Guayaquil. The interior is very impressive.
A quiet place to meditate.
Building decoration Guayaquil Ecuador.
In Guayaquil Ecuador.
Curious boy. Curious iguana. Friendship. Understanding.
In the middle of Guayaquil, Ecuador, is a small park where iguanas roam freely. They are quite tame and unafraid of the people who visit.
The tail is the safest part to touch when you’re not sure.
In Guayaquil, as in many other cities, we saw many enterprising people walking from car to car at stoplights selling water by the bottle to motorists.
This fellow had little competition but I’m not sure that he had much success either.
Scrambling for a dollar.
A building façade in Las Penas neighbourhood.
The left hand door is the entrance to a bar/restaurant.
The stairs lead to the top of the hill in Las Penas neighbourhood in Guayaquil.
There are 444 steps. Each one is numbered.
We didn’t take the challenge to climb to the summit.
The ice cream vendor on the street to Las Penas attracts a crowd on a hot day.
There are two other vendors in the photograph. Can you find them?
Las Penas is a neighbourhood of Guayaquil, Ecuador, that has been spruced up from the condition it once was in.
A very colourful and comfortable place to visit.
It’s all in the way you hold your tongue.