Hotel Red Booby
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Red Booby Puerto Ayora
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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... way to the surface and are looking for some easy prey. The hatchlings tend not to make their break for the sea until darkness though to help protect themselves.
We had a bit of free time back on the beach which we used to help adjust our eyesight to the wildlife & marinelife spotting in the week ahead. By stopping and watching rocks for a minute or two longer than normal, you would start to see more and more on the rock. A small movement would catch ...
... we were delighted to see a dance performance taking place seemingly right in front of us. It appeared to be traditional dances of the islands. Some dances had formal costumes, others more casual attire. We ate dinner at The Kiosks, a street lined with multiple restaurants and outdoor seating. Many people seemed to enjoy their meals of fish, chicken , or octopus. Walking back on the main avenue we said slow good-byes to the islands. There were many echoes of wanting to ...
... an open air plane hangar. When we arrived we purchase an entry card to the Galápagos, which is protected national park. The funds derived from our entrance fee goes solely to the conservation of he national park, in protecting the native flora and fauna. We arrive in San Cristobal at midday, drop our bags at the hotel and jump on ...
... each other and spitting out saltwater once in a while, since they dive into the water to eat alga from the rocks. They are very easy to oversee on the volcanic rock and some guys almost stepped on them by accident. Sleeping sea lions, colorful crabs, turtles and sharks were the other main attractions on this landing and a great start for more to come. We were heading up north along the coast of Isla Isabella and went to various spots for tours over the volcanic landscape of ...
... I was looking down at our great cacti photos. Next minute I hear a splash and hear South American men running over....???? Kate totally slipped on the boat ramp she'd walked down and enjoyed the water. I was in shock and honestly just stood there. Nothing much I could do in you defence....other than cheer 'go Kate, you can do it!' Once I realised she was ok an laughing at herself, I took a little video and picture. Great memory. ...