With Barbara and Rok from Slovenia I headed back to the Puerto Auora (capital on isla Santa Cruz). In the afternoon we visited the Darwin Research Center and the next day Tortuga Bay. A place with hudreds of marine iguanas and lots of seaturtles swimming in the wild water. In the afternoon we went to "las grietas" a gorge where sweet and salt water mix. The water is deep and you can see fishes as well! The next day we had to say goodbye - Barbara and Rok flew back to Guayacil.
Finally I could arrange the dive -> 07.11.07 a 200hp-boat took course for Isla Floreana south of isla Santa Cruz. I had company of Deborah (Auatralia), Travis (USA) and Elken (Germany) - our divemaster was Pepe. Before we stoped we got some company of dolfins. Travis used the chance to swimm with them. Both dives were just amazing! During the 2nd imersion I discovered several seaturtles, white-tip reef sharks, stingrays and seals :-)
Just added more amazing pictures (by Claudia & compañeras).
From an idea, a dream to reality ... sometimes the way is not that difficult - "just do it"
(thanks for pics&movies Maettu!)