Grand Hotel Lobo de Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Lobo de Mar Puerto Ayora
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... I then waited to get photos from oscar and from Israeli girl who'd hired a go pro. I was so tired, almost past point if being hungry. Others had said earlier I could go to dinner with them but they were faffing so I said I was tired and going to get something now. I wandered around but ended up back at pizza eat again! Had a calzone but wasn't great and wifi wasn't working so all in all not a very successful day! Went back and went straight to bed, will pack in morning, ...
... and look like giant rocks. They also like to wallow in muddy or stagnant pools to rid themselves of parasites. The tortoises migrate all over the islands and congregate in this area for mating. There is also a lava tube here that we were able to enter and travel for about about 300 meters. The island is covered in volcanic rock. The area around the ferry jetty is very arid and dry. All vegetation looks dead. ...
... sight. The dead seal was dug a grave whilst we watched rays in the water and various seabirds including a small heron on the rocks. Returning via the lagoon we were able to get closer shots of the flamingos who had obligingly moved to photo lens distance. Some plants in flower and a beautiful shell completed the photo tally. Next a snorkel from the boat along the rocks towards the beach. With calmer sea I didn't ship so much water so was able to take in the fish sights. ...
... us to Los Gemelos, two giant craters formed, like all of Galapagos, from volcanic eruptions. He took us to his friend's coffee exporting facility where we sampled some of the finest coffee the Galapagos had to offer. He was about to take us to another sight until Stephanie advised him, in Spanish, that we needed to board our boat at 5. The communication breakdown between guide and agent nearly led to us to miss the boat, we all had a ...
... Golden Crowned Rays (which I sadly missed). Breakfast at 7am before visiting Espumilla beach. As it was overcast and drizzling, the group decided to sit that one out and sail straight on to Buccaneers Cove on the tiny Island of Rabida. We did a second snorkel where Chris encountered yet another penguin swimming around him. Only this time, everyone was out of the water and he was with the penguin right as I called out to him to jump on the dinghy. Obviously I didn't know he was with ...