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... crabs – all in a landscape shaped by fascinating lava flows.
The perfect capper for the day is our penguin sighting at sunset when they have come out of the water to warm up and dry off for the night. There are only a few at this time of year, so we feel lucky to have been able to see them.
Lobster dinner tonight, as our chef continues to amaze us with a wonderful variety of dishes every evening. Happy that we still have one more day in this ...
... same laid back outlook and sense of humor needed for this trip (since neither of us are close to being fluent in Spanish). The trail soon opened up to 2 huge craters, which are apparently called Los Gemelos (the twins). They were incredibly vast, and were once underground magma chambers from volcanos. When the magma chambers caved in, they left 2 high craters. Then, I did remember Marcello saying "crateres" when I was trying to ...
... gt; We wandered around looking for a hotel, before eventually returning to the Vermillion Flycatcher where we had booked our cruise. I was hungry and grumpy and really just wanted to find a place to put our bags, but of course, nothing was easy. The team at the Vermillion Flycatcher said they could find us a cheap place, so we trusted them left our bags there, and wandered to I Go Gringo for breakfast. They ended up putting us in this room around the corner, which I think ...
... up bypassing him by clambering over some rocks instead, and the sea lion just watched, probably laughing.
The National Park service constructed wooden platforms and pathways for tourists to walk on because the number of visitors has begun to erode the island, and it was difficult to walk along the ash and scree anyways.
... not a bad life! At Rabida Island we did a boat ride and a snorkel. On the boat saw a reef tip shark and then got in the water for a really long snorkel. After the snorkel we had a quick turn around and then we're on the island for a short walk. Snorkelling we saw- sea lion, king angelfish, butterfish, surgeon fish, parrotfish, Wrasse, Mexican hogfish, searobin, giant hawkish, guineafowl puffer, Pacific ...