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... saw some sharks, sea lions, and lots of fish and birds. I went back to the beach early because I was cold, and there I came upon a baby sea lion pup suckling in the water. Both mum and baby were very chilled out, they didn't seem to mind that I was just a metre away at all. After lunch we went to Chinese Hat island for more snorkelling then later we landed on the beach and went for a walk, and came across a day-old sea lion pup with its mum, ridiculously cute. Sunday 21st ...
... standby on their diving trip tomorrow morning. They are going to Gordon Rocks, which is the number one place I wanted to go diving, and they said they have an open spot. They were waiting for six Colombian guests to arrive, and if they did, we will be leaving at 7am. I’m trying not to get too excited, but I’m feeling pretty good now, so as long as I’m not sick tonight, I could finally get to dive with hammerheads tomorrow ...
The B&B was set back off the main drag (a dirt road with a few hotels, restaurants, tour companies and a Plaza del Arms). We had been warned not to expect any ATMs so had taken plenty of money. Dad still felt aggrieved when he could not buy four bottles of wine at the local store with his visa card - and berated the owner. Not a good start. Unlike Puerto Ayora this place was much smaller and had been only in existence since 2006, supporting just a ...
... we got on was tiny, and the sea was rough, not the most ideal combination. And though I managed to keep my breakfast down until we got to the diving site, once I sat up to pull on my wetsuit and listen to the dive master's instructions, I felt a familiar surge of the stomach and before long my breakfast was fish food. Mandy had also lost hers a few minutes earlier. But we both felt better after that.
The first dive, though we saw lots of fish and some great sea turtles, was ...
... the stunning ocean beach. This shoreline stretches across the southern coast of Santa Cruz, eventually merging into the sparkling Pacific Ocean.
This is a perfectly preserved beach where swimming and other water activities are forbidden. It's preserved for the wildlife that lives here. There are hordes of marine iquanas, gigantic, colorful crabs, birds and huge tortoises moving around.
Along the beach there are small hills ...