Grand Hotel Lobo de Mar
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Lobo de Mar Puerto Ayora
The hotel is very centrally located which was amazing. Fantastic beach views from the balconies and even the beds!
Wifi in the lobby
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Breakfast (different eggs this morning) and check out, putting all our bags in two rooms by 8:30am. Quick drive to the pier where Christian and Carlos get kayaks ready for us. We get a dry lesson on how to hold the paddle and use it, how to get in and sit in the kayak. Mum goes in a double kayak with Christian and me with Jill, who has done some …
... of time to chill before we had to move again.
Raz and I met up with Eleonora for dinner again, and this time we went to the street where the locals eat, so it was more authentic and much cheaper than the touristy restaurants. We sat down at a big table, and were almost immediately joined by a Canadian couple, Tami and Marcin. They were a really nice couple who are traveling around Ecuador for a while so we spent ...
... dinghy and off to the edge of the channel between Seymour Island and another one, we dropped off the side of the dinghy and into the ocean, where we bobbed in the waves before diving under. Once we got to the bottom we saw a turtle, 2 sharks and loads of coloured fish. After the dive we had lunch and hung out on the boat until everyone else had had their dive. A red frigate bird flew above us for a bit. When the last group went in for their dive we went snorkelling. We ...
... lunch and signed up for a diving trip the next day. Back at the hostel I met Mandy, my roommate, and Massimo, an Italian guy Mandy had met earlier, and together we ventured into town, Mandy and I to fit on our wetsuits and pay for our diving trip and Massimo in search of souvenirs.
Since it was Massimo's last night in Galapagos we ended up at an unnamed bar for Happy Hour, with mojitos and empaņadas to start. Then Massimo brought out shots of caņas, which in hindsight was maybe ...
... sand and quite a few stingrays. There is an area at the entrance of the bay called Las Tintoreras which we have been told about, so after checking into a hostel we went in search of tour information. Everyone was closed so we headed for the beach and stumbled upon the lake that has the flamingos, although tonight it was empty. When we got back to town the offices were open and we managed to book a tour to Las Tintoreras for tomorrow morning. At dinner we met an American couple and the ...