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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Fiesta Puerto Ayora
Great hotel to stay at before our Galapagos trip. Easy walking distance to everything in Puerto Ayora. Great breakfast, clean rooms. Lovely pool/relaxing area. Friendly staff. Would stay again and recommend
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Arrived after a long flight from Birminghami to Guayaquil via Amsterdam and Quito the day before and just met Kirsty, slept at the hotel (Man Ging) then caught a flight early the next morning to Baltra airport at Galapagos.
From the airport we got a bus to the ferry and on the other side a taxi truck to the hotel which was a 40km drive …
... as 100 and 150! They live to over 200 years. Impressive creatures all of which are thank fully fully protected and respected by the national park and the local people. There are about 25 on this island all kept safe in a particular part of the island. Where it's lush and green and mostly wet. The islands we're all formed approx three million years ago from volcanic eruptions. We found that as a result of all of the islands had two distinct climates, ...
... Back on board for a shower before heading onto Santa Fe Island for some exploration. We landed on the beach filled with sea lion ladies and one rather large male in the water obviously exerting his dominance, he swam across the shore line, bleating away at regular intervals. It was fascinating. I got some wonderful shots today in fact 332 photos in total. Liz is still not feeling great and will probably take a migraine tablet before bed. Off to the briefing for tomorrow and some ...
... USA who decided to accompany us to the pools. He was here on a vacation for 7 days from his work. His holiday sounded dreadfully rushed which I would not have liked at all. He told us that someone had drowned at Tortuga bay the day before. This was a bit scary as we had been swimming there the day before that.
We walked through some more estuaries and past some mangrove covered beaches. The rocky path continued up a small hill before we came across a viewpoint. I walked up to ...
... we would have to pay an extra $150 USD each to keep our seats. We were pretty gutted about this but even with the extra $150 these were still reasonably priced flights at $320 USD return.
We had a read back through all our ticket information and terms and conditions. We couldn't find anywhere that said that we had to be Ecuadorian residents. We had also booked the tickets through the USA LAN site not the Ecuadorian one. We contacted LAN on the facebook page and ...