Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... crowd here definitely had more "life experience" than any other destination on our trip. Baltra is a small island that essentially hosts the airport and not much else. We boarded a mixed bus that drove across the island to a small ferry, which carried us across the 100m span to Isla Santa Cruz. From there 8 people loaded into the G bus that would cross the island to Puerto Ayora. Along the way our guide would point out things of interest, such as ...
... with the seas we encountered later in the day I might not have thought that later on when the motion sickness took a hold. We landed in the main town of Puerto Ayora to walk in high humidity given the overnight rain along the Main Street to the Darwin Research Station where we saw our first giant tortoises and then the pens holding the young ones. They are kept safe from predators until their shells reach 23 cms. Clearly visible were the different shaped shells ...
... us, swam around us and began to show off underwater with various twists and turns. I was a little nervous following the advice from our guide but this pup was clearly in a playful mood.
Back on deck, lunch was prepared and on our way to the beach we accepted an offer to do some fishing. Both Claire and I caught one. Unfortunately Claire's prize was much larger than the runt I caught. The beach was lovely and after applying another coat of ...
Where do I even start with the Galapagos?! What an absolutely amazing 8 days we had. In this blog I will try to share the highlights with you.
The Galápagos Islands are an archipelago of islands 600 miles from Ecuador mainland and home to some of the most unique animals on the planet.
The main island, Santa Cruz is inhabited with 12,000 people and is much more built up than we had imaged. Only 3 out of the 10 islands have accomodation and many islands ...
... We were also incredibly lucky to see 4 different Giant tortoises, all different sizes. They generally only come down towards the water when they are nesting. And apparently this year, they are early. Half our luck! They were enormous and get even bigger than the ones we saw. After our educational walk, we went snorkelling in some more murky Galápagos water and despite this, still swam with around 10 sea turtles. These guys were pretty big too. We were back on board by 4.30pm ...