Hotel Fiesta

Galapagos Islands, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Galapagos Islands, Puerto Ayora.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora

    Day 45

    A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Jan 06, 2014

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    Buenos Dias everyone!! We are very excited about heading to Galapagos!! This is one place that we both have been so excited about going to. I'm not feeling the greatest and as the morning goes on I feel worse and worse. I have such a bad stomach ache not sure what is going on. We arrive at the airport with plenty of time, get our $10.00 traffic …

    Last day, diving Gordon rocks

    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... beach and another zodiac took me and the other divers to our first site. Gordon rocks were only for experienced divers because they had strong currents and the stronger they where, the better the chance of seeing hammerheads. As soon as we hit the water, we sore rays and blacktip reef sharks. There was just so much to see even though the current wasn't that strong. I sucked through my first ...

    Last Day of the Cruise

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... the anchor was down or up and that flying a red flag showed we were waiting for fuel.

    We packed our bags and took our last dinghy ride to the shore and waited for the bus to take us to the airport with the rest of the group. Four of us were staying on the islands for a few more days, so we said our goodbyes to the rest and hopped on the free bus to the channel.

    A ferry took us across the channel to Santa Cruz island for a paltry $1USD ...

    My favourite animal

    A travel blog entry by betsyg on Jul 26, 2014

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    We had our own guide today Karin because our group were seeing the Charles Darwin research centre which we had already seen.

    In the morning we went to see two collapsed lava tubes which are now all overgrown called Los Gemelos. These are in the Highlands where it is colder and rainy. We were looked for a bird called the Vermilion Flycatcher but apparently nobody ever sees it, ...

    Jamming

    A travel blog entry by travelbug722 on Jul 19, 2014

    ... A neighbor had his head buried in a bed of straw like weeds in order to give himself protection. Our last stop was to visit a lava tunnel. Appearing like a subway the cavern had vaulted ceilings and was large enough for us to walk comfortably side by side for some time. It is possible that multiple flows aided in the formation of this space as evidenced by the layers on the walls. At the very end of the tunnel we squeezed through a small opening in order ...