Hotel Galapagos Tortuga Bay
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... by people. They are so fragile that if they are even turned over the baby tortious will die! See the photo of the two week old tortoise and the eggs. Back on the boat to flit over to Isabela island, it's about another two hour ride on our powerful ocean going boat. Full throttle all the way it's bumpy but lovely. We arrive at idlic Harbour with a beautiful white sandy beach and a lot of activity approx 2,500 people live in this island. We stayed ...
... eggs at night so they don't want anyone to disrupt this process. We signed in and set out both of us in shorts and thongs, the walk is about 45mins, to the beach, less if you don't stop for photos, then another 15mins to the bay where you can swim, again less if you don't stop. As I love photos the going was a little slower. Haha. On the path in, we saw countless lizards and birds and I managed to get a few photos of those, at one point we approached ...
... at this point, the water, the small town, the locals oblivious to the outsiders, the small supermarket with a random variety of goods all felt like being back on Christmas Island for the first time. It was weird in a been there type of way. We've just got back to our rather cosy room, probably going to head out for an early dinner and an early night. For not doing much, we've still walked 8kms today and are pretty ...
... the pool for people to get in and out. We got changed on a small flat gravel area next to the pool before getting in. One of the rangers hired us snorkel masks to have a look around in the water.
We jumped in off the wharf which sat about 1.5m above the water surface. The water was cool but not cold and tasted slightly salty: apparently the water here is a mixture of salt water and fresh rain water which has run down through the canyon from the mountains above. I had a look ...
... up until about 11pm booking flights for Colombia and other random things. We had organised a taxi for 5.15 am to take us to the airport. I stayed up reading some stuff about the galapagos and discovered that we would have to be at the airport 2 hours early and pre fill in some forms online before entering the galapagos. I changed my alarm so it went off at about 3.15am.
We woke up in the morning after about 3 hours sleep. Jonny and Kathryn were a bit gutted that ...
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