Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... write this overview note and add a few pictures and then write small entries for each of the days of the cruise, with input from Jude and notes that she has put together, and attach some of the best photos of the day.
The ship we were on is called Estrella del Mar. It's not one of the luxury ones that cruise around the islands - in fact, it seems to be one of the older ones. It's small, with about eight crew, and there were 16 of us in the group and our ...
... using my underwater camera for the first time, i had to ensure it was in working order. I then went out for diner, deciding on ethnic food. I wanted beer, earned beer, but i had to walk around for 30 minutes just to find some i could buy and bring to the restaurant as they had none. That was a real pain in my butt, so i bought 6 cans and went to eat. I crashed early as i was tired. I didn't have to be at the tour agency until 8am and it was 3 minute walk, so i was not going to rush ...
... with which our guides mention it and/or we see it. We panga'd (not sure if that can be a verb) back to the boat for our farewell drink (pina colada created by Ronald our favorite bartender) and dinner, which began with that quintessential Ecuadorian dish, sushi. Chef had labored all afternoon over this elaborate presentation, so Phyllis decided to suspend her boycott of seafood for the occasion. However, as a precaution, she continues to take her ...
... After the English/Swedish couple headed back to sleep, Koen and I decided to wander the streets and check out the scene. We found three people from our flight: a couple (Juan and Marcela), and a woman named Vidala, all the hanging and walking around so we decided to hang and get to know each other more. After some more good conversation (in Spanish this time) we headed back to the hostel and crashed, happy with the first day of ...
... day had started with breakfast at 7:30 and an excursion at 8:30 to South Plaza Island, a small island of 13 hectares which lies just off the larger island of Santa Cruz. It is a rocky island with sparse vegetation formed by volcanic uplift. All of the Galápagos Islands are volcanic in nature, some with still active volcanoes. We made a dry landing to a rocky wharf and were immediately in a forest of prickly pear cactus, which forms bright yellow flowers ...