Guayaquil Cuenca

Guayaquil Cuenca - Two Dissimilar Regions on the Equator...

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Two Dissimilar Regions on the Equator Zone Most people from all over the world think of Ecuador as a whole jungle and as one of the hottest places in the world, since it is located on the equator line. However you will change your opinion by contrasting only two regions, Guayaquil and Cuenca in matters of, geography, weather and tourism. And by a simple comparison Cuenca could be recognized as a better place to live. One of the most significant differences between these two regions is the geography, Guayaquil, the nation's largest city in Ecuador, located on the Guayas River about 40 miles (64 km) north of the Gulf of Guayaquil, near the Equator. Although, Guayaquil makes up the Ecuadorian coastline, a clear explanation to be the main commercial and manufacturing center, this city is the most populated and polluted one in the country. Guayaquil`s weather is extremely hot and humid, it has an average of 25ºC (76º F) to 30ºC (90º F. From December to May is the rainy season (winter), when the weather is usually warmer and the dry season is between April and November, cooler and less humid. That means there are six months of very hot and humid winter, when rains almost every day during that period
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course HIST 73407 taught by Professor Georgegastil during the Spring '10 term at Palomar.

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