Mainao Hotel

Address: Calle Matazarnos e Indefatigable, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, EC00000, Ecuador | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn is located on Calle Matazarnos e Indefatigable, Puerto Ayora.
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      A travel blog entry by ejriley on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... island seemed like they were living in poverty, but they really didn't need anything. They have their food everywhere because wildlife is ubiquitous in the Galapagos. Anyway, my sister took me out to a bar and it was such an awesome bar. I learned some more Spanish, and met a scuba diver who says he doesn't surf because it is for pot heads. Kicker rock was a big rock with a channel right off the San Cristobal island. This rock was home to hundreds of sharks. Supposedly they ...

      Galápagos Islands, Equador

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... their names weren't on the list and the ferry was full. Basically the agent where they bought their tickets hadn't called to add them and the purchase had to be confirmed with him. His name was Johnny (with the lazy eye) and we were warned not to book our tour with him because this couple had had nothing but trouble every step of the way with their bookings. We took note. In the end we made it on the ferry without too much trouble. It was a little unsettling though. There were ...

      Like nowhere else

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... in fairly calm waters where we came across a small cave full of white tip sharks, but on our second dive we ventured across the Canal Seymour where the current was at times strong, but we were rewarded with a sea floor covered in tiny gardener eels that looked like fingers that disappeared when we came close, an eagle ray, sting ray and spotted sand ray, a green turtle and a large eel hiding in some rocks. In addition to this the waters were teeming with great schools of ...

      2 dives at Gordon Rocks, Mola Mola

      A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... currents and our guide did such a poor job at keeping everyone relaxed due to his lack in caring about anyone under the water. When we entered the water he didn't stop to check on anyone until we were down at 25 meters then that was it for the entire dive.. no this is this or that is that, no are you okay, no air checks, no safety stop! Both dives we all come up in separate groups as people ran out of air really quickly and ...

      Finches, Volcanos, Tortoises & Darwin

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Sep 03, 2014

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      ... br> Eventually we made it but the rest had to wait quite a while in the truck at the end for us to catch up. Dad and I did though manage to catch a glimpse of the bright red Vermillion Fly Catcher on the descent, which was a bird I was very keen to see and photograph. It shone like a traffic light out of the misty cloud forest and allowed us to take a welcome break on the downhill trek. All the rest missed this bird.

      Back in town Dad was exhausted and managed an afternoon ...