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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 …
... the boat. We didn’t even have time to dry off before we had to get our gear back on to go for our second dive.
We didn’t go far to the next site, and this time it was just Raz, Leo and me. This dive seemed to be bait warmer than the first one, and the visibility was a little bit better, but not much. This time we had a couple of sea lions vying for our attention, along with some sharks, another ...
... juice for dinner before heading in for an early night as we had a big day of scuba diving the next day. Day 2 animal count: yellow iguanas, turtles, little green lizards with red faces, cats, yellow birds, various grey and black birds, sea birds fishing in the bay, fish and crabs. We left early, 7 am for our diving tour to Seymour Island. Seymour Island is a small island on the north of Isla Baltra. The plan was to dive and snorkel throughout the day and have lunch on board a ...
... went down. While there a fishing boat returned with a huge catch of yellow fin tuna. Because we had paid for our own breakfast we were allowed a restaurant upgrade tonight and they chose the exact place we had wanted to try so we were pretty stoked. The food was so much nicer and the service considerably better than last night. This morning we have first a 2 hour boat trip to Santa Cruz and then another 2 hours this afternoon to Isabella. With 5 hours to kill in between our boats we ...
An early start this morning was surprisingly *********sidering I've been waking up at 5 and 6 since getting here, a 6am start should have been easy. I had to be up to catch the ferry to Santa Cruz.
When I think ferry I think of a big thing that takes people and cargo shortish distances. This was a small boat. Max 30 people, packed in shoulder to shoulder along each side with the luggage in the middle. I managed to take the cushion off ...