Red Mangrove Isabela Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was snorkeling behind them. He was there over half an hour and the tide had come up a lot by the time he came back across so had to cross in a lot more water, with the camera carried above his head.! We were pretty cold after Ryan got back to our bags so we went and warmed up on the beach with our Dutch friends. By this stage the tide kept coming up really fast so we had to keep moving back and back before we had ...
... by hand) and showing them the cave before pulling them back out one at a time. Eventually it was my turn and although the water was murky I could just make out a smaller White Tip shark in the corner, appearing to look at me with its black eye. The camera did not work again - as the visibility was bad.
Off to the next cave entrance I swam following the French only to find Dad there with Eduardo and being taken down by him. In a matter of minutes he ...
We caught a ferry over bumpy waters for 2 hours to arrive in Puerto Villamil, Isabella. We walked around town looking for accommodation and found a great little room with kitchenette and ensuite for $20 each. Fairly standard price here. After settling in we went for a walk along the boardwalk passed Poza Salinas, passed a gang of iguanas, through Poza Puerta Jeff and along until we saw Flamingoes in the water of Poza Baltazar. Poza I think is just Spanish for little lake. ...
... they brought along on the boats with the , species (cats, rats) introduced to Galápagos that had a detrimental effect on the native Galápagos wildlife, with numbers of giant tortoises and sea lions decreasing very dramatically. That night we had the most amazing ceviche, it was absolutely delicious! Cold soup with cooked fished, and a very flavoursome combination of fresh herbs and spices. So far , favourite dish of the ...
... to take refuge back on the rubber dinghy (though part of me wonders if this was just an excuse to spend some 1:1 time with Andreas the not unattractive young driver!)
For those of us who braved the choppy waters we were rewarded with 9 shark sightings, 4 sea turtles and an ocean floor covered in sea stars. By now we were familiar with most of the fish but the schools were no less impressive as they swam right in front of our masks. ...