Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Angermeyer Waterfront Inn Puerto Ayora
Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... The Guide shook a tree and fed us again (mandarins), since he picked up on the fact that we would not protest when given free food. We walked back to the cafe area, containing picnic benches and hammock under a shelter, and I enjoyed some lemongrass tea. I found a new flavor to love! After we paid the $3 entrance fee, we got back into the pick up truck, rode through Santa Cruz for 20 minutes, and were dropped of at Tortuga Bay, where ...
... are bred. We had to quickly get used to seeing large marine iguanas sprawled all over the pavement and little lizards running around everywhere. We saw some d-d-d-dench (really big) tortoises plus a lot of little tortoises which was cool, and some other wildlife being looked after there. Stephanie also took us to tiny but idyllic little beach nearby.
The day had been very long by this stage so after some dinner we hit the ...
Mirriam and I had breakfast at the same street we had dinner (five bucks for breakfast. I got so spoiled with food pricing in Quito).
Spoke with Simon, he gave us the price for a taxi to La Chata. We got a cab and went to La Chata. We saw tortoises and went into the lava tunnels. She looked at the map on the way back and we decided to go to the other major beach. It ...
... great visibility of about 10-15 meters, and very calm under the water. We stated trekking along, looking at the parrot fish and schools and schools of silvery yellow fish which barely moved as you swam towards them. After about ten minutes in the water, we saw what we had been looking for - HAMMERHEADS! There were two of them, each about 8 feet long casually swimming only about ten feet away and slightly below us. So exciting. I couldn't help thinking about how weird it is ...
We wish things started off easy, but rarely do they ever. I hope that all of the mishaps we have had these first few days will mean smooth sailing for the rest of the trip - crossed fingers. I think it started the night before. On my way home from Knoxville, thunderstorms caused the first leg of my trip home to take about one hour longer than expected, meaning my forty minute layover wasn't going to cut it. I did make it home, just much much later than expected ...