Casa Isabel On The Beach
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... an hour before we reached a weird iguana shaped rock formation in the middle of the sea that was covered with blue footed boobies and seals. The next stop was snorkelling around mangroves. As soon as we got in the water we were surrounded by black fish with hot pink and yellow stripes and a sea turtle eating the algae. We dove down around it and our guide took photos of us. Then we followed a family of 8 or so golden rays into a little alcove. Here we saw an eagle ray and ...
... same time. They were so curious and wanted to play - one swam right below me, and the other 2 circling me. They were staring at me almost the whole time! It was insane and definitely one of the coolest things I've done! As more of the tour group got into the water and we were swimming with them I think the younger 1s became a bit scared - they snapped in a few of our faces and it kind of made me a little bit cautious after that. They were very playful though and pulling on ...
... Galapagos. Puerto Ayora is a lively little port town. Puerto Ayora has about 12,000 residents, the most of any town in the Galápagos Islands. It also has the best developed infrastructure of any of the islands.
After finding a place to stay (where no one spoke any English) and figuring out what to pay for the private room, I went out to explore the town.
Puerto Ayora is headquarters for the Charles Darwin Research Station. Fresh seafood is abundant, ...
... at a leisurely pace. Keeping a respectful distance when snorkelling, watching them go about their daily swim, makes fascinating viewing. They glide so effortlessly, even with such heavy loads on their backs. On one occasion, there was a turtle with it's head plunged into a crevasse into the rock; why, I'm not too sure.
The more brutal side of sea life is showcased by the sharks. Our group watched in amazement as a white tipped shark stealthily hunted on ...
We walked with a large group of other guests to the nearby Charles Darwin Research Centre which was similar to the tortoise centre on Isabella. The highlights were sadly to see the enclosure where Lonesome George, the last surviving tortoise of his sub species, died about 2 years ago and to see this very randy tortoise called Super Diego. This tortoise was found near San Diego and was one ...