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Well, it's Monday now and we have just completed our seven-day cruise of the Galapagos. It was an amazing experience - fun in every way! We saw so much, did so much, snorkelled almost every day (and often twice), took so many great pictures and shared it with a great group of new friends.
We are now in our hotel in the capital city of the Galapagos on the island of San Cristobal. We extended our stay in the islands by two days. What I'll do in term of the ...
... at around 230pm. I stopped at the first store i saw, drenched in sweat, and bought a large water, Gatorade and a coke. I had a headache from the heat and dehydration so when i got back to my room i jumped into a cold shower and rested for a good two hours. I went back out and booked a day trip for tomorrow, some snorkeling in the ocean, with high chances of seeing much sea life. It was expensive at $80 US, but it had to be done. I decided to pack for the trip now to save time, as i ...
... two female tortoises who were unsuccessfully bred with Lonesome George, the now-deceased last surviving tortoise of his kind from Pinta Island.
After a very brief but partially successful shopping opportunity as we walked back to the harbor, we were treated to white spotted eagle ray sex right in front of the dock. As Phyllis commented earlier in the week on a panga ride, the whole point of these islands seems to be sex, at least based on ...
... It was pretty good but not as tasty as the Maine or Caribbean Rock Lobsters I have had. After dinner, we took a walk to the pier and watched some sharks swim around under the bright neon lights under the pier. While there, we saw a funny sight: a sea lion passed out on a bench. He wasn't really sleeping though (literally he had one eye open most of the time) because anytime we would get close, he would bark at us and try to bite ...
... thin cornet fish and so many others. The water was so clear that one could see many metres below. Our group swam close to the rocky shore with hundreds of fish of all sorts to be seen. To a neophyte like me it was simply amazing. It seemed as though we had only been snorkelling for 10 or 15 minutes when we got the call to return to the pangas. We had been in the water for over 45 minutes!! We all returned to the Queen absolutely exhilarated.