Pimampiro Hosteria

Avenue Quito y Tulcan, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue Quito y Tulcan, Galapagos Islands.
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    Travel Blogs from Galapagos Islands

    Isla San Cristobal, Galápagos Islands.

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Sep 07, 2014

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    We left Isabella before sunrise on a boat headed for Santa Cruz, from there we would catch the afternoon boat to San Cristobal. The weather was horrible when we left Isabella and Vicki and I sat up the top with the captain. He had the front screen open and the wind and rain flew straight into my face, I was drenched within minutes. It was a pretty bumpy ride and the captain couldn't even see the island and where to enter the harbour the cloud and rain was so thick. We ...

    Sealions Everywhere!

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Aug 26, 2014

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    ... when drifting off, but being in the top bunk in the cabin I shared with Lisa, I had to strap myself into the bed with the blanket at times to keep from falling out.

    The next morning we had arrived at Lobos island, a small island in front of the much bigger island of San Christobal. At Lobos island we spotted the red-chested fregat birds nesting in the trees, and the blue-footed boobies nesting on the ground. It was so cool to see these ...

    Galápagos Islands

    A travel blog entry by kscullion291 on Aug 10, 2014

    ... about their origins and all you could know about tortoises. I used to want a tortoise when I was younger (until I found out they could live to be about 100, then I changed my mind) so I loved it here! They were huge and in some pictures I looked tiny beside them. When you got too close though they retreated back into their shells and made a hissing/growling type noise. After climbing into one of the old shells to get a sense of just how heavy it was it was time to say goodbye to ...

    Arriving in The Galápagos Islands (Ecuador)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... but my ticket had stamped on it "TSA Precheck". Which meant I didn't have to remove my shoes and belt and things like the other passengers that were getting screened did. It was nice, but I don't know how I got so lucky.

    The flight from Memphis through Miami landed me in the capitol city of Ecuador, Quito, in the middle of the night. I waited through the night at the airport for my flight to the Galápagos Islands. You cannot fly directly into the islands. You need ...

    All the boobies, baby

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... we shared a connection
    d) I have so much more respect for the hardship that animals live through after visiting Galapagos (uttered whilst devouring mouthfuls of freshly, roasted chicken).

    Yes, it was incredible but some people take their 'mind-blowing' experiences too far. Before flying out, in Quito, we booked on a 'budget' 8-day cruise aboard the King of the Seas. Catering for 12 passengers, Kots would be our home on the waves for a week. The ...