Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as youngsters. Why they are called Sally Light footed crabs I haven't a clue. Then it was back to the boat to get ready to snorkel. There were a million species of fish in the water including various parrot fish, creole fish, king angel fish, barber fish and various rays. However the event of the morning was a sudden stab to my left leg which I ignored until the pain began to ascend my thigh! Turned out I had been stung by a jelly fish! Why me when no one else even ...
... her flipper and although our guide removed some of them, he advised Claire to take a trip to the doctor afterwards to have them fully removed. This sparked an end to Claire's snorkelling for the day, luckily we weren't on our cruise at this point.
We were in for a pleasant surprise on our way back to Santa Cruz as one of the crew had prepared the fish Claire had caught for us to eat, raw, with a chili soy sauce. It was delicious. Our ...
... we had also met in Baņos earlier that week. Two more Costa Rican recruits, Andrea and Daniel, made us a gang of 7, in which we spent the whole week together exploring the islands. Being in a large group and having native Spanish speakers meant we had a lot of power for negotiating prices, which definitely suited me!
Our first day began with taking a small boat, with approx 25 passengers, from Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz, to San Cristobal island. ...
This trip took place a while back but I have never written a blog about it. My older sister had gotten a summer internship with a tourism company in the Galápagos Islands, which is off the coast of Ecuador. Her office was on San Cristobal, home to one of the best surf breaks in the world, according to rob machado. The villages on this island were so cool. From the hillside, there were little shacks neighboring other little shacks and local, fresh foods everywhere. The people ...
... On arrival to Galápagos, we went through customs payed 100US$ p/p arrival tax and despite the island belonging to Ecuador, got stamped in. We then had a serious public display of security. We watched as police lined all of the checked luggage onto racks (that took about 15mins) and by that time, everyone was waiting to collect their bags. They then pulled a German Shepard and a Labrador out and had them walk all over and sniff all of the bags repeatedly while everyone watched ...