- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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It's Saturday night. Our plane from Guayaquil should be leaving in about an hour & a half. We are not in Guayaquil. We are still in Santa Cruz island of Galapagos. Why? Because our flight from San Cristobal to Santa Cruz was two hours late due to a flat tire leaving us 20 minutes late for our flight. When we arrived, the plane was still there, …
Getting to the Galapagos was a bit of an adventure as we had to go through the Galapagos check-in line before we could check in for our flight, which took over an hour. When we were finally ready to check-in for our flight, they had closed the gate and they couldn't find our reservation. We were about to book more tickets, when a LAN travel agent …
... to be airport on the back of a truck. At the airport we then said goodbye to the Steinbachs and Sarah as they were flying back soon, before Trudy, Mikkel and I went on our way back to Puerto Ayora. While Trudy and Mikkel then continued onto the Island of Isabella, I took the ferry back to San Cristobal where I checked into a hostel, took a nice long shower and did some final souvenir shopping on Galapagos. The next morning I went to breakfast at the ...
... none and we were unable to see a male puffing out his 'chest' but we were able to check out the bay, and our next snorkelling spot. No turtles this time but at least the sea lions came closer which made Lauren a little more happy. As Chris got out early again he was able to find an iguana that was hanging out in the water. Our last stop was Playa Mann, one of the beaches in the bay that is populated with sea lions. We said our goodbyes to our guide and sat down to watch the sea ...
... hour through terrain that seemed muddy, and milky dirty water all of a sudden you got to the end of the path and were standing at stairs that led straight down onto a pile of massive rocks. When standing at the bottom you were actually at one end of the valley in between the two massive walls of rock. I wasn't yet convince and decided to watch the spectacle for a while, while Debs and Bryan went snorkelling. Eventually I decided it was time to woman up so I got ...