Red Mangrove Isabela Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... get a slight ocean breeze, and knew that we were just about there, the anticipation building. Well, once again, it didn't disappoint, the trail ended, and the path opened up onto the most amazing crystal blue water, with white talc like sand, and black water iguanas everywhere. The contrast of color was stunning, and the best part of all was, there were almost no people at all occupying the huge bay, just perfect. We weren't on the beach but ...
... was to go back to Salinas the next day, and just try and find a quiet spot to spend some time on the water. Well, after a cold beer, and a stroll along the beach, we come to the conclusion that this beach doesn't look too bad, ( it was quite beautiful ) and we are only a 5 min ride from Montanita if we want to hang out during the day, so maybe we should cool our jets, and hang here for a few days, soak up some much needed sun, and devise a plan B. So that's ...
7am start for breakfast then went for a walk on Floreana island. Stomach still feeling sensitive from yesterday. We saw a big Sea turtle trying to get back out to sea after laying her eggs. She was pretty tired so took her time but was cool to see. Also saw more flamingos. Then back to boat, felt a bit rough so I took a sea sickness tablet. We then did awesome snorkelling at devils rock. Snorkelled at 2 spots around it, first one longer than second. ...
Woke up to another Stella day!! :) We had our breakfast down at our favourite place then headed down to the main pier where we hired a snorkel and fins for $5 each for the day. It was low tide and the water looked really appealing this morning with the hot sun. We meet up with two Dutch travelers that took the same trip as us the other day to the tunnels and we spent the morning snorkeling around with them. We were ...
... appeared. It swam underneath and past me in touching distance and I watched in disbelief as its full-length, head, gills and a white tipped fin and eventually a tail just passed underneath me. WOW. Could not get the camera to work at that moment. These sharks are (apparently) not dangerous and can be only two feet long, but this one was much bigger.
It was then that I heard the French at the entrance to a submerged cave with JT, who was taking ...