Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... being hot and dry which was always the lower land at sea level. Then the second was on the higher land on the way to and at the volcanos it was ALWAYS raining and the ground very fertile, green and lush. There are several breeding programs in place on the various islands to ensure the species are not extinct. The eggs are collected by the national park rangers and taken very carefully to the sanctuary so they don't get eaten by the birds or trodden ...
So first off the internet here is very bad. I fell asleep last night trying to load the photos from yesterday and then tried again this morning and it looks like they've loaded twice, so apologies for that. We set out this morning on a recommendation to see Tortuga Bay and we weren't disappointed. Before entering the park you have to sign in and register as the park closes at five in the afternoon. This is because tortoises use this section of the park ...
... by national park. I was a little disappointed with the centre itself thinking there would be some amazing information centre where you could learn some more about Charles and Galápagos history, but that wasn't to be. We wandered around the park for a couple of hours looking at some wildlife. It was fabulous. On heading home we decided to stop into the supermarket for some water and a snack. I felt a ...
... and looked down into the canyon with clear blue water at the bottom. The canyon was about 10m deep with reddish rock walls. The water was a striking blue colour and I could see deep into the water. It looked about 8 meters deep. We continued along on a path which led down into the canyon. There had been wooden stairways built to get down the steep walls. We had to sign in with a national park ranger to enter. There was a small wooden jetty type thing which had been built on the ...
... if they could show us where it says that we have to be Ecuadorian residents. They called us back a few days later and confirmed that the flights were ok all along and there was no condition which required that we be from Ecuador. We got them to email this to us so we had it in writing just in case there was any confusion at the gate.
The night before we flew out we stayed in the Quito Airport Suites which was a nice place reasonably close to Quito airport. ...