Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... quick and when we surfaced, the zodiac picked us up and took us back to the yacht. Not long after, chels came back and said she seen sharks and sealions. I was proud of her first dive. The dive master looked after her and they went down to ten meters. On the second dive, chels had to read on the boat while we went under, we got to see mantas and scorpion fish as well as reef sharks but ...
... Turned out that everyone on the ferry was heading to Puerto Ayora, like ourselves, so we rented a minibus for $5USD each for the one hour journey to the opposite side of the island.
Puerto Ayora was 42km away and the road was pretty much straight albeit with a dog leg and it rounded the volcano. As the van climbed up the volcano, it got noticeably colder and the rain started. Fortunately, as we descended on the other side, the rain stopped and ...
... saw a few other finches with different beaks depending on whether they eats nuts or insects. The birds are incredibly tame - it's like they are posing for photos.
We bought some Palo Santo oil at the shops - there are lots of Palo Santo trees on Galapagos - and we also bought a smaller material picture with fish on it. We took a boat taxi to the Finch Bay Hotel and had ...
... Muddy hands and knees ensured. The evening was spent enjoying the town. A group of us found a restaurant in a street lined with tables and busy hands presenting their fare of food. We settled for one near the entrance offering seafood. Bowls of ceviche and encocado de shrimp or fish. This dish uses coconut sauce to flavor food. An ice cream satisfied sweettooths. We ended the evening on a small dock with the lights of cruise ships twinkling in the ...
... let everyone else admire the now bleeding tuna fish. After we caught this, we reeled in the rods and started off to our next location. This started to get really rough as the guide Eric said we were going to the beach! (Vamous a la playa!) We pulled in as close to the beach as we could and grabbed our gear and jumped in the water. There was so much allege in the water you couldn't see anything and it was actually quite tiring battling the waves to get closer to the beach. ...