After returning to the boat, we began sailing to Santiago Island. I decided to take a shower and shave. As I was shaving, I had the bathroom window open. Half way done, I heard somebody yell something on the top deck. I didn't hear what was said, but then it went quiet. So I continued shaving. Minutes later Michelle came down to tell me that dolphins were swimming alongside the boat and that I was missed it. I finished shaving quickly and run up on deck with my camera. But the dolphins were gone. Then I learned that pizza was put out as a snack, and I thought I missed out that that too. It was frustrating to think that I had missed out on both dolphins and pizza.
But then it turned out that there was one slice left. And the dolphins returned! First I could see them a few hundred meters off the starboard side of the boat, then they came closer and began swimming beside the boat and right up by the bow of the boat. Some of them were jumping completely out of the water.
As we watch the sunset, we saw more frigate birds and pelicans, and a lava gull landed on the veranda on the top deck. For dinner we had calamari with fish and rice, which was very good. It is 9PM now as I write this, and we have arrived at Santiago Island. There is a sea lion sleeping at the stern of the boat, just outside our window. Tomorrow will be an early start, as we leave the boat at 6:15 ... with no breakfast!