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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... to grab the line. They offered the line to Jess first, until Kathy volunteered (due to Jess's unwillingness) and strapped on the cushion to help her reel it in. Not really knowing what to expect, we knew it was going to be big by the movement in the waves. We couldn't have guessed how big this tuna fish actually was. It was just massive. As soon as it was on board, they hooked it out and it started convulsing... Blood. That was he end of me as I moved to the back of the ...
... from Isabela.
Diving and other activities
San Cristobal was a great island with a lot to offer. Unfortunately I didn't get to do a day trip to Punta Pitt at the north end of the island which I would have liked to do because there were not enough people going to run it. But I did do some other great things, including:
- Scuba diving at Kicker Rock / Leon Dormido, which is 2 big rocks that provide a channel to go throgh with a big rock wall ...
... where we got on a ferry to the main island, Santa Cruz. Luggage went on the flat top of the boat whilst all the people went inside. On arrival we waited for a bus, only to be told by the taxi drivers that the buses have gone for the day. I didn't believe them, thinking they were only saying that to make us get an $18 taxi ride instead, so we hung around for a bit longer. Then a new ferryload of people arrived and I asked a tour guide if either of the two buses in the bar ...
Well, the week has flown by so fast. Today was a rough way to start the day because we woke up at 4:45am to take a boat back to Santa Cruz Island. That was a vet bumpy three hour boat ride! Peter mentioned afterward that part of him died in the boat. I told them this would be a story they could tell their children. ...
... following morning! We had bitten the bullet. Sorry budget, but these things have to be done. Woke up the next morning very excited and made our way to the airport for the two hour flight to Baltra. Paid our $100 entry fee and that was it - we were, in David attenbouroughs words, on the "Islands born of fire" (they are all volcanoes). A quick bus and a ferry ride, then another bus ride and we arrived in Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island - one of the largest inhabited Islands. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet