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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I got to take another plane ride today :) I sadly had to check out of my lovely hotel in Quito and continue on to my next adventure. It was all arranged for me that I would fly to the Galápagos Islands - landing at Baltra Island and I would be transferred to my hotel on Santa Cruz Island. What I wasn't aware of was there would be a few …
... of the year with it being low season there should theoretically be plenty of last minute deals available and we just had to spend some time asking questions and visiting the different agents. We had talked to a few people in Quito and elsewhere who had given us some tips and we had an idea of what we would have to do. At the second agency we stopped at there was a Canadian flag and a Quebec flag hanging and we thought why not stop there!? He seemed very knowledgeable and after ...
As our plane sped away from Quito past the vista of snow capped volcanoes draped in low clouds we were unsure what to expect from the much talked about Galapagos islands. We had booked some affordable flights six months previously and after reading a number of blogs about how the islands can be done on a budget had decided not to pay thousands of pounds on an expensive cruise over the internet. However, as we listened to the plans of our fellow passengers on board the jet and ...
We took the 7am boat over to Santa Cruz this morning.. Man it seemed unorganized like they had only just started taking tourists between islands.! We finally were leaving at 7.30am. It took 2.25 hours, and there were about 20 or more people on the boat. Only the way we got to enjoy some dolphins bouncing through the waves near to the boat, the only down side is because they are small boats that bounce around a lot so people, especially the local children were ...
... there, and it was the choppiest water I’ve ever been in. The ride was absolutely terrible. It made me realize how lucky I am that I don’t get sea sick. There were seven of us in total going for the ride, and two of the people were really sea sick. They were in their 60’s or 70’s and the man had his head hanging off the side of the boat for half the ride. The woman tried to be a bit more discreet about ...