Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... arrived at the next spot and it was a little cove filled with sea lions! Obviously we weren’t going to let this opportunity pass, so we grabbed a mask and snorkel and jumped in. The sea lions were so cool! They were so curious and playful, they were swimming right up to us and showing off how they could flip around and twirl in the water. They were awesome! We spent about a half hour in the water with them and then went ...
... Dad and the two Swiss at a rest area and continued on to see and climb a small new active volcano which had emerged on the slopes of the older large one. The lush vegetation now changed into barren brown lava with lava tubes and the occasional green plant or cactus. Eventually we came to the new volcano and climbed a short path to the summit and marvelled at the view. The colours of the lava and rocks were also spectacular and looked great against the deep blue ...
Oh my god! We are finally here! Super excited to be in the Galapagos! We flew in on a small plane from Guayaquil at 12 noon. We arrived at 12:50 into the airport, watched the dogs sniff and jump all over our bags, caught the bus to a small passenger ferry and from the Isla Baltra to Isla Santa Cruz. From here we had to catch a taxi to the town of Puerto Ayora on the other side of the island, 42 km away. Our taxi was hijacked by a tour group who took us 20 mins out of our way to a ...
... warm and milky the sharks have claimed this territory and as they're shy no one is allowed to swim or snorkel on this particular beach but we went back to the other side of the island so that we could snorkel around the so-called Pinnacle Rock. Once again I saw the Italian hairdresser fish, a couple of stingrays and two rather large white tipped reef sharks as well as a couple of penguins (though once again only on land) before we had to finish ...
... yet another BBQ we found a place with chocolate dipped soft serve ice cream that melted faster than we could eat it. We finished off our cones on the pier where there was a few sea lions swimming around catching the fish that were attracted to the lights. It was a pretty cool end to an awesome first day on the islands. Today we had to meet at the tour office at 6:50am, and not long after a guy came around the corner and told us to follow him, so we did. When we arrived at the pier ...