Hotel Tortuga Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... point is, I bailed last minute and I'm island hopping unless I can find a dope deal. When the boat pulled in to the dock, the first thing I saw when I got off were several Galápagos penguins diving into and swimming in the water. I walked around searching for a good spot to stay for cheap and found a nice place with hammocks and private rooms with free water (a problem in Ecuador, it seems; especially in the Galapagos). Side note: Okay, truth is, I stopped blogging for about ...
... made its catch. This was an adult black-tipped shark, perhaps 4 feet long, and later a second baby shark was spotted. Sadly none of the group had their cameras ready to capture the action. After all this excitement, we took the trail back to the green sand beach and boarded our panga to return to the Queen where we then readied ourselves for a snorkelling expedition along the rocky cliffs of Cormorant Point. Once again it was a fascinating look at life just below the ocean ...
... hot drive in. The beach is busy with local families, as this is the last day of holidays for the kids, after Carnival week, and Wilson assures us that things will calm down manana. We enjoy our time on the roof top, eating takeout pizza,drinking wine with Wilson, and taking in the sound of the ocean, and the lights of the pier. We are excited to have arrived at this leg of our journey, and look forward to what the south coast of Ecuador holds in store for ...
... how simplistic and undeveloped it was; there was not much around but two or three dirt roads and a couple of hostels, hotels and places to eat. We walked to the beach and found somewhere to stay straight away. The location was perfect, with a big balcony facing the surf. The hostel itself was a little run down and we both had a terrible nights sleep and woke up feeling tired and dirty. The surf looked good but we were feeling too lazy to go and find somewhere to rent boards ...
... and had to wait ages for taxis and girl had a go at me again. I said I hadn't realised she was in pain as she'd continued with the two dives. Finally taxis arrived and I sat in front and fell asleep. Went to dive shop to see if they had photos from yesterday but they didn't. Saw victor and he'd got too drunk last night so Gabi says he couldn't dive so at 5am he was calling around trying to find a guide. Great! He said he usually did a completely different dive ...
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