Overnight, we cruised towards the next island — Espanola. After breakfast, we hiked along Punta Suarez to take a glimpse of the waved albatross. We saw a couple of baby ones still developing their wings, and a couple flying in the sky. At the end of the hike, you’ll arrive on a vista with sweeping views of the bay. We also saw more masked boobies, blue-footed boobies, iguanas, plus a blowhole to add to the mix. In the afternoon, we got to snorkel again in cold, deep waters. The visibility was not that clear, and the waves were pretty strong. We ended up in an underwater cave where a trapped baby sea lion snorkeled with us for several minutes. It was so agile and graceful. I captured him on video!