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... much more than oscar did - great! He'd bought a weird iced drink that I'd seen back in Panama City so I got one too. Got my laundry then went back showered. Room was so hot again! I'd purposefully left the curtains shut to keep it cooler but stupid cleaner had opened them. I tried to go to Charles Darwin research centre but was already 5.50 when I got there. I tried to quickly whizz around, don't know how much I missed, didn't see iguanas but saw turtles. Then went ...
Not a good start to the day. Our wake up call did not happen and the phone alarm did not work - something to do with the time changes. We have crossed many time zones and put our clocks forward, backwards and sideways. Not sure where we are. It's like Groundhog Day - we have been on 21 January for 3 days. Owen woke up just before we had a call from the tour guide to say our suitcases hadn't been outside and ...
Our cruise didn't start till 12pm so in the morning Claire and I took a walk to Tortuga (turtle) bay. It was a pleasant 45 minute stroll to the bay which contained a nice beach. Sea turtles nest on the sand dunes away from the shore at night so we made sure not to trample all over them. On our way to a lagoon by the bay we saw a bunch of marine iguanas chilling in the shade. It felt strange to be surrounded by such huge lizards on the ...
... breakfast before a visit to Darwin's lake. This morning was more walking, less talking and more about scenic views. Scenic it was, but not much wildlife to see other than a few Lava Lizards, finches and Yellow Warblers. We then went for our first snorkel, from the dinghy. Chris saw more penguins swimming, we both swam with over 50 sea turtles and saw a few flightless cormorants swimming and fishing. Visibility again wasn't great and the water was definitely getting colder. Back on ...
... of Mosquera that evening to awake early the next day and have one more glimpse of the basking sea lions on the tiny white sand beach that comprised the entirety of the island, before heading back to Baltra.
However, this was not the end of our Galapagos adventure. After some confusion involving us returning to Baltra and then being put on a water taxi back to where we started we made it to a tiny boat to the south of North Seymour and spent the day diving. Our first ...