Author: on4bam

December 18th, Guayaquil

Weater on the Galapagos was very pleasant with temperatures between 20 at night and 25 to 28 during the day but as soon as we stepped out of our air-conditioned hotel the humid heat fell upon us. Temperatures went up

December 17th, Leaving Galapagos

Nothing much happened today. After breakfast a taxi brought us to the ferry terminal where we crossed the canal between Santa Cruz and Seymour island. There we took the bus to the airport, checked in and waited for our 1.5

December 16th, North Seymour.

The boattrip to Nort Seymour was the only one we didn’t book in advance, but since we hadn’t seen the frigate birds with bright red chest we booked a last minute tour.

December 15th, A local stroll

No booked trips means relaxing without a timeframe. We walked along the waterfront to the Laguna Las Ninfas at the edge of town. It’s a lagoon with fresh water that is fed by the ocean when the tides come in.

December 14th, the Plazas

No time to blog after we got back yesterday. Transfering the GoPro snorkeling video to the tablet took to long. We were brought to the ferry terminal by bus and then got into a Zodiac that brought us to the

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