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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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March 31, Day 2
This was a great day. After breakfast we had a wet landing from the pangas on Chinese Hat island where we had a nature walk for an hour and a half or so. We saw hordes of Sally Lightfoot crabs, which are pretty big and vividly colourful with red and yellow hues providing stark contrast with the black lava rocks they were scrambling over. While they were a bit nervous of us, they were far ...
... my day and decided what to do the next day. I headed back to my hotel and packed up some things for a road trip, then dropped off laundry and rented a mountain bike and drove off to the tortoise centre, which was about 1.5km out of town. It was noon already and the sun was blazing, this would be a hot day. I got to the centre easy enough and saw the enclosures with full grown tortoises to enclosures with new borns. Then i walked down a long path through many different environments to ...
... mingle with tourists, so they have very different outlooks on life and culture than I do but it was a lot of fun to exchange our thoughts. They all had work early in the morning so we cut the night short pretty early. I headed back to my hostel and then, while smoking a bowl on balcony, I saw a giant rat runnig around in the street. This place is all about non-invasive species... Good luck! I finished the night off with a drunken guitar jam, good ...
... it's back feet/flippers and then passed out (while still managing to bark at anyone who passed). They spend most of the day lounging and sleeping unless it's to play or eat... Just like a dog. The difference is they don't give a **** what you think and are vocal about it, at least the males are. Pretty funny animals. I was pretty beat after such a packed day, so I headed back to my hostel to get some sleep, knowing full well that there was no chance of catching the 7am ferry to Isla ...
... to shore and 6 inches from me
Took a panga ride around Bartolome Island and saw Galapagos Penquin, he was getting out of the water( see video), only 14 on the island and we saw 4 of them.
Bartolome island is situated across Sullivan Bay. It has a altitude of 114 meters, from where we can observe one of the most beautiful sceneries of the Galápagos Islands such as: volcanic cones, lunar-like craters, lava fields, and the ...