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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... the 10 of us from mercury and we were the 'boobies'. We then disembarked the ship at 1500, for our first excursion to explore North Seymour island for our first glimps of the islands' wildlife. We saw prickly pear cacti, the amazing blue footed boobies, magnificent frigate birds, swallow tailed gulls, sealion and marine iguanas. As the sun set we headed back to the speedboat and ...
... on the boat, sad to have finished our final snorkel, but elated at the underwater encounters we had experienced, and after a very quick change, we took a panga out to the island. As we landed, a colony of blue footed boobies greeted us, their feet bright against the black rocks they were standing on. Here, we took a walk on the craggy landscape, keeping our eyes peeled for the focus of our hike - land iguanas. We tracked through the undergrowth, our eyes sweeping ...
... net here, and have no backup. Damn. Every day a different pc, and am getting tired.
I will carry on with what I have. I should not do this stuff before I have a couple cups of coffee. I do have photos of our underwater activity thanks to Ricardo and Martin. So sorry I screwed up. Damn! Mi Culpa, my fault. Barb supportively said, We have the memories. Here are the underwater shots . Tom now missing more than the pc. Stray Tuned. A partially depressed Tomas.
... after a 48km bike ride, it was an early night. The following day we would be off to another island - Santa Cruz.
We were up early to catch out boat to Santa Cruz island, feeling a little sore from our epic bike ride the previous day. About 20 of us were loaded onto a glorified fishing boat with 600hp mounted on the back. Jen and ...
... Island. Here there was a lava flow between 100 and 200 years ago. We could also see some islands that had been surrounded by lava from that eruption and thus were now part of the island. In total, about 50 square kilometres were taken over by the lava flow. The other impressive thing we could see from the top was the underwater crater. Once we headed back down, we took a dingy ride along the coast. We saw two Galápagos penguins. We then went ...