Hotel Plaza Grande
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... home to the UK / Australia and others heading variously to Peru, mainland Ecuador and Chile.
But before it was time for goodbyes we all headed to shore on the zodiacs, hopped onto a bus and after a short ride arrived at the fairly new Interpretation Centre. Here the centre covered a wide range of topics about the Galapagos, including the curious and highly unpredictable mixture of land and sea temperatures / climate that result from the convergence of 5 ocean currents ...
... Tao restaurant was vegan and tasty. A woman my age was leaving and was able to tell me that the food was delicious. I had ordered it without knowing what it was, shrugging my shoulders and getting a laugh out of the young man at the counter. I asked her (Candida, not the most of appealing of names these days) to sit with me while I ate in order to talk about Tao. It turned out that she was my age – an ancient, wizened dame – from Brazil, and had been ...
... These islands are amazing! I had been looking forward to this place for a long while. Even though I have visited a number of pacific Islands in the past, there is nothing in the world quite like this place. It's a group of a dozen or so islands, with 3 main ones that are inhabited called Santa Cruz, Isabela and San Cristóbal. They are much bigger than I had thought and the landscape is a strange one, when you land on one Island it's an hour and a bit bus ride to the town on ...
... We then get home and everyone is dressed in their purchases of the day - including "happy pants"so we do the same and head out for dinner. Dinner tonight is a bit disappointing - we pick a place that has been recommended by trip advisor- but it is not worthy of an excellence certificate. However, we have good company and wine. We finish up at the bar in our hotel. We have now re packed- as we are heading tontine Amazon in the morning. We have a 5:30am ...
... hitting each other!
When we reached the town, it was obviously market day. Not only were there stands set up at the central market area, but stalls had been erected all throughout town. The market was bustling with what appeared to be mostly locals - not many English speaking people at all. Nor did the vendors speak English which made us very thankful that we had Marcia along with us. Before entering the market, we put ...