Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Angermeyer Waterfront Inn Puerto Ayora
Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... to sit on the “top deck” so that we could have the possibility of seeing whales and dolphins. We didn’t see either. What we did see, was swell the size of the boat! Seriously. We were at the top of the boat, and when the boat dipped into the trough, the horizon was blocked out by the crest of the swell! Interesting times, especially when we reached a stage where we could not see land in any direction! After bobbing around for 3hrs, we eventually made it ...
Hurrah! It's 2.30am and finally I have my rucksack in my possession, with just two hours to go before our departure. I may have had a very disturbed sleep, but I'm relieved to be reunited with my luggage. With no wifi available whilst in Galapagos, my strongly worded letter of complaint to American Airlines will have to wait another week. It's actually pretty time consuming getting to the Galapagos Islands. First of all all, we left the hotel at 4.30am on an hour long ...
... boat started to move and all my bubbles flew away. It was quite funny as it looked like it was snowing. After my shower, I raced to the bridge to see if the new captain would let me drive (the other captain left for holidays and training on Wednesday for two weeks). Since the former captain told this new captain that I was a good driver, he let me take over right away. It was easy steering as it was calm. I did get to turn the boat quite ...
... at a few spots on the water, and ended at Pelikan Bay, which has a second floor view of the water, and fish market, where pelicans and sea lions beg for the fish. We closed the restaurant with our new waiter friends...AKA we danced while they closed up the restaurant. We then went with our new friends to Bongo Bar, a second floor dance "club", which was quite the mix of tourists and locals. All in All a solid night! ...
- An early start took us from our road side hang out to a almost empty comfortable coach on our way to guayaquil. The journey was approx. 3 hours. We got to the bus station a cabbed it to the terminal which was very smart indeed. Domestic flight check in and security was very chilled and comfortable and before long we were in the air slammin' our way to the galapagos islands.