Seal skull and jaw. Galápagos Islands.
ECUADOR (Part 5 - The Galapagos Islands!!!) Gorgeous scenery, countless animals, getting over my ridiculous irrational fear of fish (maybe, slightly) and sun 😍
DAY 81 (10.05.18)
After a seriously bumpy 2 hour boat ride from Santa Cruz, I arrived on a new island (Isabela) and it might be even prettier than before!
On arrival, I was greeted by a playful sea lion and some lazy iguanas right in the dock (pics 1 - 3). I had high expectations for the things I would get up to during the day... instead I succumbed to the heat and humidity for most of the day and chilled out on the beach 👌. While he sand isn't as bright white as Tortuga Bay on Santa Cruz island, this one wins for me as it's directly in the town meaning I have a constant supply of ice cream 😇 (pics 4 - 6)
The afternoon turned into a feature length film of "what do you mean that bench/walkway/any inanimate object was made for humans" as I wandered around exploring/avoiding treading on sea lions (pics 7 - 10) 😂
Just to prove another one of the Islands we were at.
This is the main hub where people transfer to the other islands.
A little more touristy, but absolutely stunning nonetheless. 😍👌🏽
Back home and I too am scratching my head as to why I left such a crazy great place.
One day I will be back in the Galapagos.
Would you swim through this underwater cave?
I did and it was insane!!!
Una tortuga que nos acompañó en el camino.
A little late as I’m now in Peru, but had an absolutely unreal time in the Galápagos Islands, one of my few bucket list places to visit crossed off the list. #AllYouNeedIsEcuador #GalapgosIslands
Hoy. 16 metros de profundidad.
Tuve que bajar unos 3 o 4 metros para verlo de cerca.. increíble.
Vendan mis cosas, ya no vuelvo.