Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Didn't realise I'd be on a boat with other dive companies and found everyone else had paid 120 when I'd paid 140 - really annoying! Plus my wetsuit was broken at top so as soon as I jumped in water loads of water went inside suit - brrr! Guy got it wet for me so easier to get on but still hard and had to have help! 7mm wetsuit - super thick! Got in for check dive but I couldn't go down but no one seemed to ...
Bartolome Island is desolate. It consists of volcanic tubes and lava ash. It is very daunting to view the high peak and the steps leading up to it and know that soon we will be climbing it. However climb it we do - 375 steps, some of them straight up. It us very hit and we are thankful for the early start. The views from the mountain are amazing and this s where "Master ...
... underworld ballet of fish, the odd seal and as we returned to the boat a turtle languorously swam past us allowing Rod to dive and photograph. I took the inflatable boat option due to developing cramp to return to the Queen boat and spectacularly fell as I disembarked due to the cramp seizing my right leg. Luckily the vet was on hand to tension the leg and the only after effect some grazes soon creamed up. After showering our guide informed of us the dolphins ...
... Fabian, who explained our itinerary for the next days and informed us that we would be sailing to the southern island of Floreana for 3 hours during the night. After about 2 hours of sleep I was awake for a few hours when sailing as I was not used to the sensation of constant rocking and wasn't sure if this was normal. Claire didn't seem to have any problem with it although a few fellow passengers complained of sea sickness the next morning. ...
... as one of the worst boat journeys of my life would be an understatement. I can only assume the driver had had a few too many the night before because he didn't appear to recognise (nor care) the speed in which we were flying through the sea. The small boat plummeted over the waves and crashed down onto the water every 2 seconds, each time an almighty crack came from under the boat. The guy working on the boat recognised the pure fear in my eyes and moved me ...