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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... left causing our rep concern until we reassured her that we were just getting money from the ATM and could find our way back across the single large room that was the departure level. Our flight had a short pit stop in Guayaquil, the largest city in Ecuador, before continuing on to Baltra. At the airport we made our way through customs and paid our park fees before meeting the G representative that would take us to Puerto Ayora where we would board our ...
... be really hard to get back to sorting and cooking meals in March. I haven't mentioned the pelicans and herons and other birds like finches , warblers and flycatchers not to mention mocking birds as they were by now familiar sights though what was fantastic was that they were quite inured to humans so close up photos were easily obtained. Thursday. 8 of our number departed early to return to the mainland. So glad we have the longer trip maximising the time on the ...
... and stingray spotting down on the pier, before we all went our seperate ways back on te mainland the next day.
I have no doubt that the Galápagos Islands will be a poignant experience in our trip and in our lives. The animals and wildlife we saw there, and the proximity in which we were able to get to them was incredible and something that will stay with us for a long time. We will always be grateful for being able to have and enjoy this experience to the ...
... a strange sensation to be swimming a few feet away from 6 foot sharks but our guide informed us they are harmless though he did advise us to stay five metres away from any large male sea lions. The snorkelling was absolutely brilliant as we saw sharks, plenty of tropical fish and even three penguins. Generally keeping to the western islands containing colder currents, penguins are rare to be seen on Pinzon so we were lucky. At one point a sea ...
... us to almost all the destinations that were the 'most important' to see. The only way to see it all would be to get on a 10-14 day cruise which we couldn't afford either with time or money. We put down our deposit that night thinking we would have a great relaxing day in Puerto Ayora before leaving on our cruise. We thought wrong! We spent most of the next day going from bank machine to bank machine trying to get money out to pay for our cruise. They of course want cash! The bank ...