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... they produced including some alcohol of 68%. It was then back on the coach further into the highlands for a much needed lunch. Having already agreed, we separated from the majority of the group and went off kayaking. This entailed a 1hr hike, mainly uphill, to the beach, then another 15 min walk around the beach to the calmer inlet where the kayaking would take place. The beach itself was beautiful and well worth the ...
... the horizon and, with sadness, it was time to pack our things ready to leave the islands tomorrow. As we were packing, Stacey realised she had left something on the top deck. I headed up there to grab it and on seeing the sky, raced back down to drag her to the top level of the boat. Here, the clouds had stayed away, leaving the sky completely clear. The stars covered the black sheet of night, millions of tiny twinkling lights blanketing the sky. The dusty smudge ...
... off Kicker Rock - far out into the sea, an ancient volcanic plug protruding from the waves. Conditions were pretty rough but once in the water, we were swimming with turtles, Galapagos sharks, and Hammerheads! Huge shoals of fish swam around us, and Wilo showed off his amazing diving skills, filming the spectacle on his Go-Pro; free diving down 15 metres to catch the action up close. We spent the late afternoon taking a walk, seeing the Darwin statue overlooking a pretty ...
... it is a total of about 10m deep and you can dive down to swim in the fresh water below, which is a weird sensation as it is a different temperature. After playing around in Las Grietas for a while we decided to check out Tortuga Bay and hopefully see some wild turtles swimming around. Unfortunately the water clarity was not great. Even so, I nearly swam into a turtle while I was snorkelling as I don’t think it saw me either! So the rest of the day we spent lying on the ...
... at Espanola Island, specifically Point Suarez. The island is 5 million years old and is the oldest of the Galápagos Islands. It was from this island that tortoises were taken to the breeding centre. As we stepped on shore, we were greeted by a sea lion that was lying across the stairs, some marine iguanas and many crabs. We walked for about three hours around the island exploring different things. One of the best things were the waved albatross. We saw ...