The road between San Isidoro and Guano becomes even smaller and in spots is virtually a dirt road. It twists and turns with small farms and areas of native vegetation on each side. The small road dumps out onto a major road about five kilometers from Guano. If we would have continued south on 35 we would have run into this road to Guano! Lesson learned, but it certainly is more of an adventure following the backroad.
The Guano town center has perhaps 30 small stores and several tents near one of the churches. All seem to be specializing in either leather products or textiles. We don't find any high quality rugs. However some children in the town find Burt and William with their super-soakers and buckets of water, a Carnavale tradition in some Ecuadorian towns. After taking a look at the church exteriors we jump back in the car and leave Guano (via the good road).