Residencial Espana

Address: Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador | Hostel
 
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        Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

        Galápagos Islands No 2

        A travel blog entry by plannette on Oct 28, 2015

        2 comments, 18 photos

        Wednesday 28 October Today we visited the Darwin centre and saw tortoise and land iguana followed by a wander around the town. We sipped on coke a cola, watching the passing crowd, which was interesting. In the afternoon we take a bus to the highlands to observe Giant tortoise in the wild. Learned some interesting facts about the species including their longevity , 150 years, and that the female must trek over 10 km to ...

        Galapagos Islands, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz 2

        A travel blog entry by jessenreb on Sep 17, 2015

        17 photos

        ... double cab utes. I think it cost us about $30 to get over the other side of the island. The journey took about 45 mins. We climbed up over the highlands into the clouds which had collected around the centre of the island. As we passed over the top it was clear on the other side and we could see right across the island. We could see the neighbouring island called Baltra which is where the airport is. We cruised down the island toward the area where the ferries take you across.

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        Goodbye Galápagos

        A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 23, 2015

        ... sighting of our organised trip and we sadly made our way back to the boat for our goodbyes to the crew and passengers that had made our trip so rewarding. Then it was a short panga ride to the docks of Baltra, where we were given one last encounter with a huge sea lion that was stretched out under the landing platform, lolling on the iron girders supporting the wooden structure above, paying no heed to the boatload of passengers that had disembarked ...

        I love boobies

        A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 22, 2015

        ... turning gymnastic rolls and changing direction with ease. After a while, he grew tired of the game and slunk away from us. A sudden flash of white in the water to my right caught my eye and the chase was on. A white-tipped reef shark, the first one we had seen on the trip was speeding along about a metre below me, the top of his dorsal fin and the end of his tail looking like they had been tipped in Tippex. Using every ounce of my strength and energy, I ...

        Isla Santiago, Galapagos, Ecuador

        A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Aug 20, 2015

        2 photos

        We started the day with a scuba dive. It was just after sunrise, at 6:00 AM. Ricardo, our dive master told me he did not have a large long wet suit to fit me. The shorty wetsuit I had been wearing was all he had. They were planning a dive around 90 feet. He asked me if I wanted to join the other two with long suits. I thought about it a moment and replied with a series ...

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