Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Galapagos bee, so don't have lots of variety in the flowers of the plant life!), and plenty of bird life - shearwaters playing off the edge of a cliff, frigate birds, streamer birds, pelicans and Swallow tail gulls that were nesting on the cliff face. A long slow walk, getting back on board again as the sun was setting. After dinner, Peter broke out the ukulele, but I was pretty exhausted and went to my ...
... great visibility of about 10-15 meters, and very calm under the water. We stated trekking along, looking at the parrot fish and schools and schools of silvery yellow fish which barely moved as you swam towards them. After about ten minutes in the water, we saw what we had been looking for - HAMMERHEADS! There were two of them, each about 8 feet long casually swimming only about ten feet away and slightly below us. So exciting. I couldn't help thinking about how weird it is ...
Day 2 started much the same way as day 1, but I woke up a little bit earlier to make it on time for breakfast. Today we would be traveling to BartolomÃ© and Santiago Islands. These islands are both newer islands, and have had volcanic eruptions within the last 200 years (at least Santiago). Because they are newer islands, most of the island is new volcanic rock ...
... It started pouring rain, but we decided to go on a hike up Bartolome Island anyways. Bartolome is located at the centre of the archipelago. We hiked up to the highest point which is 114 meters above sea level. There is a wooden staircase up to the top and we climbed up all 372 stairs right to the top. We couldn't see too much because it was raining too hard. It rained incredibly hard all the way up and all the way down. Even though we had rain gear on, we ended up quite ...
... This repeats for a while until we realise that there is more than one turtle toying with us! Kirsty spots two of them together swimming underwater.
These turtles aren't as big as the ones we had seen on the tour to Los Tunneles, but we are just as delighted to see them, especially as we had tracked them down ourselves.
Tortuga Bay is now complete in our memories, no longer just a bay, we can now add Tortuga's to the ...