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Tag Archives: Galapagos
Saturday 30/12/04 Another early breakfast, followed by farewell photographs and presents for the crew. Billie ushered us into the dinghy for the last time, and we headed for the Charles Darwin Centre in a vain attempt to beat the crowds. … Continue reading
Galapagos Diary No. Friday 29/12/04. This time the boat sets off at 1am and we arrive at Floreana at 7am. It is an attractive, hilly island. We plan an early disembarkation for a wet landing; only two other boats are in the bay. We are first … Continue reading
Galapagos Islands. No. 4 We return to the boat for a three hour trip to Santa Fe, with lunch on the way, and pull into a tiny lagoon. The sandy bottom and green water reflect the breasts of young frigate … Continue reading
Galapagos Diary 4. The Guantanamera appeared from nearby Santa Cruz, where she’d gone for refuelling. It had been a very pleasant couple of hours. Most of us stayed on board, but four went deep-sea snorkelling near the cliffs of Santa … Continue reading