Christine and Dianne with friends
Waiting for the boat at Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, San Cristobal
Seals sleep on the water taxis
The boat drops at the beach where our kayaks wait.
2-3 hours of paddling take us to the bay where camp is set up by guides.
male Darwin finch (one of 14 speces of finch on the Galapagos islands)
Karen, Andres, Dianne, May Win and Jan in camp
blue heron in flight
morning jaunt to Cerro Brujo
tunnel in the flank of Cerro Brujo which kayakers paddled through
greeters at our picnic beach
Two playful sea lions swam with us while snorkeling. They seemed to like to race swimmers.
Nothing bothers this tired pup.
sea urchins at various stages of decay
Allen meets up with a bull sea lion.
urchin, crab and lobster remains
We take a motor boat from lunch out to Kicker Rock.
Kicker Rock ahead
The water is deep out here. This is the remains of a volcanic plug.
Sharks often rest in the corridor splitting the formation.
blue footed booby
We snorkeled into the corridor and found a school of at least 7 galapagos sharks and 6-7 eagle rays swimming in formation.
back at camp for the evening
looking out at Kicker Rock
Dianne, Karen, May Win, Marnie, Jan & others get a nature lecture from guide Chelo on right.
Andres, Dan, Wally, Karen, May Win, Marnie, Dianne & Chelo.
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