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Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
A 16-hour bus ride from Lago Agrio dropped us off in Guayaquil. We spent a couple of days with Suzie's aunt and uncle who were generous enough to take in a couple of weary travelers. We had a fantastic time enjoying the local cuisine, touring the city and visiting with Suzie's family, which included a coffee date with her grandparents. We really …
The Galápagos islands. Amazing, beautiful, tranquil don't even begin to describe these islands. The islands are unworldly. The animals there are amazing and many of them can't be found anywhere else in the world. The best part about the Galápagos is that they are mostly untouched. The animals act as if you aren't even there. They will fly over you …
... trying to impress the ladies!
As we rounded a corner, there were several males perched in a tree displaying, this must have been the bachelor club, the equivalent of hanging around on a street corner, eying up the passing girls - the only difference was that these boys are ...
... nobody batted an eyelid.
Aftef a couple of beers it was back on the panga for lunch on board. Pasta today, Ayla would have loved it.
There has been a certain amount of discontent about today's programme, but it has been determined by the ...
... else, wouldn't it?
There was utter chaos at the airport, at least for our airline Tame. The computer system had crashed and check in was being done manually by one person. We didn't move at all for the first 20 minutes.
Just as well as there seemed to be ...
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