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Otherwise, look for flyers advertising ladies nights early in the week.Friday nights are popular, and Saturday nights are the busiest of the week.Early in the night (before 11 PM), everyone will be drinking and talking within their social groups.As more alcohol is consumed, more and more people start getting up to dance.
The best approach is to be friendly and straightforward.Montanita is especially well-known for being a crazy (and crowded) place to celebrate New Year's Eve.Every Ecuadorian city features a Zona Rosa, or main nightlife district, where you'll find the highest density of bars, discotecas (clubs), and restaurants. In Guayaquil, there are a few places, with Las Penas being the safest and most easily accessible.Bars and discotecas in Ecuador handle cover charges in different ways. Being required to spend a pre-defined amount of money on drinks, instead of having to pay a cover charge. Being required to pay a cover charge that includes one or more “free” drinks, though your options may be limited.To save you money and possible arguments with bar staff, it's best to be aware before you go. Paying a cover charge, and buying individual drinks in the discoteca. Some discotecas will issue you a debit card when you enter.There's a whole contingent of young people from nearby Guayaquil who would prefer to escape the city for the beach every weekend.Also, the surf town's casual vibe and relaxed policies on marijuana attract lots of other South Americans from Argentina, Chile, and Colombia, as well as foreigners from around the world.The guys should ask a girl to dance, or start a casual conversation. To enjoy yourself, take a few salsa lessons (/hour for private lessons).Ecuadorians are polite, and most will dance with someone when invited (out of proper etiquette).In Cuenca, you'll find the Zona Rosa along Calle Larga, within easy walking distance of the historic center.Most of the bars and discotecas in the pueblos, such as Banos and Montanita, are centrally located.