Here are some of the photos. It was difficult to narrow them down as we have so many beautiful ones from this location.
|The east anchorage - Adagio and the rocks, Las Monas|
|Steve with the thumbs up after snorkeling and checking the anchor|
|These are called " Las Manos"|
|A frigate baby and looking northeast on the island|
|Frigates on the ground with wings open - odd since they have babies and seem to like nests.|
We imagine this is normal behavior.
|A frigate flying by - wonderful and graceful to watch. Females have white underside|
|Frigates and babies. Look at how the baby has it's head down. We saw this and I imagine|
it is because their beak is so heavy and they need to rest (assumption)
|The southern portion of the island. Old research station in foreground (abandoned)|
Fishing panga huts and the Los Manos and our anchorage past the last cliffs.
|Man made Iguana homes|
|Booby and baby|
|Blue footed Booby guarding her egg|
|The beach area and panga fishing fleet|
|local fisherman mending their nets, and gathering their catch|
|Dinghy ride around the islands|
|Male frigate flying by|
|our hike up the hill. It was quite steep.|
|a male frigate displaying his colors!|
|another baby frigate|