Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
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Galapagos, but not native to island)
... with large black lava rocks that created little tide pools.
- Tortoise (not wild, endemic)
- Land iguana (not wild, endemic)
- Marine iguana (endemic)
- Lava lizard (endemic)
- Painted Locust (endemic)
- Brown Pelican (endemic subspecies)
- Sulfer butterfly
- Sally Lightfoot crab
- Yellow warbler
- Finches (hard to identify which)
- Opuntia cactus (endemic)
- Candelabra ...
... the two eggs on his feet, and seeing a magnificent frigate bird (not so common on the island). I was saddened to see a cute but thin sea lion pup; our guide tells us that it was likely he had been abandoned by his parents due to a food shortage. The cold currents are late arriving this year, which means there is less oxygen in the water so there is less food available.; one of the many negative effects of global warming. In the ...
... not the highlight, but there was still so much we did not get to see and experience here. It is without a doubt one of the most unique places on the planet and hopefully one day we can return with a few more gold coins (judging by a lot of the people we saw on the island it is very much a retirement trip!). Thank you Galápagos, and thank you credit cards - the trip really was priceless (well no, that's a lie, we've spent our monthly budget in 8 days, but you know what we mean.....) Until next time folks ...
... FOOTED BOOBIE. Here they come taking thousands of photos of me....bet I am on Facebook in less than an hour. Walking passed the array of bird life, LOTUS spots a Galapagos Albatross kind enough to pose for a drawing, naked and with many boobies in view as the Española Island mockingbird tease. Española Island - Gardner Bay As the crowd descends on Gardner Bay with its magnificent beach with turquoise waters. Around the small islets nearby, the flippers are mounted ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet