Red Mangrove Isabela Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a good sign ) and the moment we walk down the airplane stairs, the heat slams you like an oven, the surrounding land is scorched and the color of dried straw, but there are lovely cacti, and strange black stick like barren trees, that look like they might have a bit of a bud on them, so we guess they're not dead? We are herded into the tiny airport, charged our $100 per person fee to enter the Galápagos, all going to conservation, research etc, and ...
... tip time! Then just chilled out as we sailed back to isla baltra. Had dinner and packed then Carlos showed video of our trip and Daniel gave slideshow of his photos. Thomas was so funny as was a bit drunk and kept nagging at poor Daniel! Was funny. Tried to delete my photos at the same time to make room for Daniels photos on my ipad. Latest night for me - didn't get to bed til almost ...
... with him anyway, probably more as proof he was working and not just twirling, singing and frolicking than because of any real interest.
While Darwin was on the islands, he ate giant tortoises. He didn't take any home to England because the hold of the Beagle wasn't big enough to pack any upside down live giant tortoises to save and eat later, like a lot of whalers and sailors did, but that was OK with Darwin, because his favorite meal ...
... could and out to the wall of tears. We first headed inland to a few minutes past the tortoise sanctuary to a pond where there were Flamingos, we were lucky to see about 11 so that was neat. After the flamingoes we biked back the same way and took the road along the waterfront out to the wall of tears which was about 5km on a dirt/sand/rock road. We decided to bike all the way to the end then do the stops on the way back. The wall of tears was bigger ...
The next day was our last day on Isabella Island and we packed up and checked out after breakfast. As we were booked on an afternoon ferry I was determined to get back in the sea snorkelling and this time at the pier, where we had witnessed the Booby action yesterday. Of course I had not planned for the tide being out, but as soon as I found a wetsuit and snorkel I was back in. This time I took the advice of Sirco who advised me to find a shoal of ...