Every good thing must come to an end. It was time to say goodbye to Matt and Diana on Isla Isabela. We had such an amazing time exploring the Galapagos, meeting all the wildlife, enjoying good food with the best company. Thank you, Matt and Diana for playing with us on-board Sugar Shack.
Matt, Wayne and I went on a walk about around the small town. We met some new friends, played on new beaches, and did the general tourist thing on this large, yet remote island.
Isla Isabela does not have an “official” sign like the other two islands. So we made do with this one.
We’ve seen some amazing birds here in the Galapagos. Blue foot boobies, red foot boobies (more to come on this bird), Nazca boobies, brown foot boobes, pintail ducks, flamingos, and of course the Darwin finches. These are all over all of the Galapagos islands, not just here on this island.
Coming Up Next:
We sail 80nm back to San Cristobal to show Wayne the sights, see more sea lions, turtles, and fun “must see” adventures.
As explorers, we found an enormous tree house, crater, tortoise sanctuary, and learned about the history of the Galapagos Islands. We say goodbye to Wayne, do a little more exploring, then make preparations to transit the Pacific Ocean to Chile.