Hotel San Vicente Galapagos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel San Vicente Galapagos Puerto Villamil
Caroline was super helpful and friendly. Food was pretty good. Hot water, clean room....thumbs up.
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Hate to make you jealous but here is what we got up to this week past, visiting the famous Galapagos Islands, Darwin's playground:
We snorkeled in clear blue waters, following giant turtles around a lagoon, and avoiding one massive sleeping stingray.
We hiked up to the crater of Sierra Negra volcano, the second …
Breakfast was at 7 today and after that finished we all had to make our sandwiches for lunch - a packed lunch we'd be eating at our trekking destination, the craters of Volcanoes Sierra Negro & Chico! Tuna mayo or cheese with tomato or cucumber slices, plus apples if you wanted them.
At 7.45 we set off with Miguel, the same …
This day was our first full day on Isabela Island (formerly known as Abermarle). The night before, at dinner, we'd been told to get ready to go out on our first excursion at 8.50am, so we went down for breakfast at 8. Bud and Gale, the lovely American couple I mentioned yesterday, were already there. Breakfast was lovely - I had black coffee with …
For breakfast we boiled the rest of the special sausages weīd had some of the night before (we didnīt have any oil or a grill, so couldnīt fry or grill them) and we had half of them - I made sausage sandwiches with the other half for us to have later for lunch. Then we hung around in the reception area of our hostel while Dave checked his email to …
... extra early start. We have a two and a half hour walk in search of the elusive yellow land iguana, then a swim/snorkel from the beach. Lunch will be on board as we sail to Fernandina, with a stop for the good swimmers to deep water snorkel. I strongly ...