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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
We have Rabida Island to ourselves this morning, and we enjoy a walk on a red sand beach to a lagoon with about five pink flamingos. We continue walking along the coastal cliffs with some of the most fantastic views of cactus and other vegetation in this gorgeous landscape.
After lunch we go snorkeling for about 45 minutes, and then have a wet landing on a volcanic landmass called "Chinese Hat" for its peak. A walk along the shore takes us past sea lions, marine iguanas ...
... hilly roads surrounded by green, including some crops and fruit trees. We stopped on the side of the road, and he pointed to an unmarked trail. I tried to ask when to return so he could scoop us, only to hear the word that will soon become the main word, idea, and overall theme of the trip, "Tranquillo". Laura and I started off on the trail, both cracking up because we had no idea what was going on. Luckily, My travel buddy and I ...
... let us get on board, promising that we would go to the ATM and withdraw money as soon as we arrived. Since technically we had already paid for the ferry, we really didn't want to pay twice, but really had no choice. However, when we disembarked, nobody asked us for anything and we strolled away casually not double paying at all, success. <img src="http://images.travelpod.com/users/ kendrasworld/thumbnail.large.2.14321664 00.more-boobies.jpg" alt="More Boobies" ...
... is much less wildlife inhabiting them, so today's focus was going to be mostly on geology.
We landed on BartolomÃ© after breakfast with a dry landing. We hopped up these slippery stairs and found a huge sea lion lying across one of the stairs. Nicholas told us to just walk over him, but as mike approached he sat up and growled, so that was a no-go. ...
... and when it caught the light it looked multi coloured, so beautiful. Despite its beauty we were still slightly freaked out by its presence, we didn't go for our normal swim and just paddled around instead, constantly on the lookout for its reappearance, which happened occasionally!
On this same afternoon, whilst in the water still, we watched a blue footed boobie fly above us before suddenly diving down towards us, looking as though he was about ...