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- Continental Breakfast
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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 …
... hostel and sat outside to try get wifi (went to Galapagos native first but wifi wasn't working) worked for a bit but Facebook kept crashing. Then went back to dive shop but they still didn't have photos - getting ****** off now as victor said 3 hours ago he was going to get them from oscar. I went to other dive shop myself and the others were arguing with the dive shop saying equipment was bad and they were promised two instructors for 3 people. Japanese girl had a ...
... was waiting for us. We were ready in 5 minutes but a bit rattled. My thoughts of a relaxing breakfast out the window. A lovely lady in the group gave us the pastries she had squirrelled away for later and we had muesli bars left over from a flight. Once we were checked in at the airport we settled down a bit. Yet another flight to the Galapagos Island of Baltra. Then followed a succession of transfers - bus ...
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Our trip began at 12 and we were joined by an Italian girl, Stephanie, and a Spanish speaking guide to el chato, a reserve for giant tortoises. It was a great experience to be so close to such huge reptiles and our independent guide allowed us bend the rules of the required 2 metre distance to allow for some fantastic pictures. The turtles seem easily frightened and will retract their heads in side their ...
... amount of life here, was the larger amount of death and the rotting animal smell that went with it. In any case, this was our favourite island so far. Chris felt physically exhausted just taking photos... hundreds of them! We snorkelled from the dinghy yet again, more sea turtles, some rays and another playful sea lion. We set off sailing at 4.30pm for our second longest night of travel on the trip. The first few hours were amazing as we past pods of dolphins, what Johan ...