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... by a lava river. To top it all off we also saw craters where the lava had come from. Last but not least there were signs of early beginnings of vegetation. Though we had all noticed that it had been a considerably colder night and was potentially also going to be a colder day we quickly realised how hot the day had become. The sun was shining on full blast, the lava was reflecting the heat and there was no wind so that it almost seemed like ...
... keen to find a live aboard dive boat. After speaking to a few companies the two of us decided we would just island hop on our own, which is probably the best option for a Mr Sea Sick. After looking into a 3 day tour to San Cristobal island we headed off in search of dinner and found a BBQ that looked pretty good. Unfortunately for James he would have to wait for tomorrow to find out about his dive boat. We all woke early with anticipation, but as nothing was open yet we had to wait a ...
... As it was my first time snorkelling and I wasn't given any instructions I got slightly nervous at the rough water. We were meant to swim against the current and waves coming into the bay which meant I was getting a little panicky with the increasing amount of water I was swallowing. As I also didn't really get to see too much, it generally wasn't a great start to my snorkelling career so that I went back onto the zodiac early from where I did see the first sea ...
... visibility he saw the 3 from the far side of the boat start to swim down and away towards to rocks. Our meeting point was 10 metres down on the rocks, clinging on to keep from being swept away by the current. Three of us and the divemaster all congregated on the rocks and waited 5 minutes for the German but he never arrived. David was buddied with Xavier and the divemaster was there... bring on the sharks!!
It was like a washing machine, apart from ...
... it down with beer. Cheeky waitress tried to charge for an extra beer but all was good at the end. As well as expensive souvenirs, the town is also much more expensive than mainland.
We had an early night, David needs to get up early to be at the dive shop for 7am. Our room might be bigger than our cabin on Angelito but it's a bit smelly without having the windows open and fan on. I suppose this is back to reality for our budget.