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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... visibility he saw the 3 from the far side of the boat start to swim down and away towards to rocks. Our meeting point was 10 metres down on the rocks, clinging on to keep from being swept away by the current. Three of us and the divemaster all congregated on the rocks and waited 5 minutes for the German but he never arrived. David was buddied with Xavier and the divemaster was there... bring on the sharks!!
It was like a washing machine, apart from ...
... for my sunnies insurance. Being that all the Ecuadorean people have thus far been really helpful I figured that this wouldn't be any exception. I was correct. I now have the police report that the insurance company will require.
The Darwin centre is pretty much just a paved track through part of the national park. It had some turtles, tortoises and iguanas in rock walled pens. If is part of a breeding program apparently but I ...
... them in person. There were no postcards for Newcastle but there was one for Mr and Mrs Prodger in Dursley, Gloucestershire so we're going to pop in the post when we get home! After we visited another lava tunnel which descends 80 metres to meet the sea. Pitch black and bit precarious! The last activity of the day was a late evening dingy ride (into the roughest sea of out trip) so see some Galapagos Penguins hidden away on an islet. A wave nearly wiped us out and Lisa tried ...
... did find out, as he couldn't even get out of the dingy onto the island. On North Seymour Island, we were greeted by a resting young sea lion who was blocking our pathway onto the island. Our guide gently encouraged him to move over a bit. Our guide, Felipe, did an excellent job explaining the origin of the Galapagos island chain and teaching us about the frigate birds and blue footed ...
... friends the fur seals. With their big brown eyes and inquisitive “barking” the pups were an instant hit, and when one bold little fellow decided to approach us and make contact we were all smitten. Whilst the rule in the Galapagos is to keep 2-3 metres away from the animals, they are allowed to do as they please, and this little fur seal was determined to get acquainted with as many members of our group as possible - playing up to the crowd and enjoying his time ...
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