Frigates and Farewells

Trip Start Dec 29, 2012
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Trip End Aug 15, 2013


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Flag of Ecuador  , Galápagos,
Saturday, February 2, 2013

We anchored off of Seymour island and slept the night, only to awaken at an early 6am to our last excursion. Seymour island had many frigates ready to find mates.  We saw bright red ballooned chests through the trees.   We saw a blue-footed booby engaged in a mating dance and many sea lions waking up along the shore.  It was a great early morning walk and a nice farewell to the Galapagos.   We were a little rushed to pack and have breakfast upon our return to the Cormorant, but all were ready in time to head back and say goodbye to the crew and then head over to Baltra Island on the Panga, get bussed to the airport and fly back to Quito!  A busy traveling day to say the least!
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