Hotel Red Booby
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A very nice hotel. The building is in excellent condition. The rooms are comfortable and the staff friendly. There is also laundry service.
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Greetings from the splendid Galapagos. Hola de la splendito Galapagos. Its your favorite kids here coming to you live from the interweb. Today like all days in the beautiful and ever so fascinating Galapagos was fun interesting and busy. We kicked off our day with an early rise (when is it not) at 530 in the morning. Fueled our bodies with some …
There were dozens of sea lions – all females of course – lounging on the beach as we arrived. Some were with their pups. The beach master was resolutely patrolling the waters in front of its harem swimming back and forth for most of the time we were there. We were advised not to swim there. We were also advised not to touch a pup as the …
We left out hotel at approximately 7:30 to drive across Santa Cruz to get to the boat we would take to South Plaza. We had taken our seasickness pills and were ready for the trip. This was a key to our continued happiness in the Galapagos. Sunblock and lots of water are the rest of the formula.
Off the east coast of Santa Cruz there are …
We were picked up from the hotel at 5:00 am and therefore didn't have breakfast. On the plus side leaving so early we avoided traffic to the new airport which is located quite far out of town. In 45 minutes we were there. Before getting our boarding passes, we went to the INGALA to buy our Galapagos Migration Card (Transit Control Card), which …
Today we woke up in the sort-of-busy harbor on Santa Cruz with plans to first see really big sort-of-wild tortoises. We drove up to the highlands where there is a private ranch to which wild tortoises come and go. Thus they are wild but you have to pay to be able to see them. First we stopped by a huge lava tube leftover from the eruptions that formed the island. We had seen these on the Big Island before but this one ran on for 400 meters and was about ...