Today we were on our own, which means we were able to sleep in. We walk down to the Charles Darwin Station. It is not what you would expect as it is very simple with only one small museum building. The rest are different stages of nurseries for the tortoises and a couple pens for the land iguanas. In the afternoon we decide not to explore the Toruga Bay beach but to explore around the town. We are amazed at the number of marine iguanas we find in amongst the buildings on the coast. This whole town is along the coast, but it is the most marine iguanas we have seen yet.