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... plan, fight or flight (it might be living in a country where 80% of the worlds deadliest snuggle up at night...I'm not sure)...instead of just going with nature, which the Galapagos seems to show is much more successful than even the best of politicians policies. Because while evolution was a theory Charles Darwin debated and reflected on at length with his friends, thanks to the study of Galapagos rocks having a limited entertainment lifespan...equilibrium ...
... wire transfer the money back right away. The bank apparently stopped doing withdrawals at 12. WTF!!!? #onlyinsouthamerica I had woken up with a headache that morning after another ****** sleep and after a few hours of dealing with this, I had a full on migraine despite the Advil I'd taken. We checked into a new hotel and Mark went to talk to our tour agent who had introduced himself as Victor. We made sure his name wasn't Johnny and he didn't have a lazy eye. But when we signed ...
... tunnels that run under most of this volcanic island. The tunnels were short, but impressively knarled and twisty, with the surrounding landscape containing numerous sink holes, some outside the reserve measuring great distances across.
The sun was setting when we finally arrived on our cruise ship, the Guantanamera. We were shown to our matrimonial birth with en-suite and were happy to find that the cruise we had booked in Puerto Ayora with a guy called Stalin was not ...
We were going to meet up with Regis this morning for breakfast but we must have missed him, so we walked back down to the main pier to drop off our snorkel gear. We still didn't see him on the way back so we went to a restaurant to have a set breakfast. It was surprisingly really good! After breakfast we took the boardwalk past some swamps up to the tortoise breeding center and back to the beach. We bumped into Regis ...
... outside of the islands) The first afternoon we began our journey through a few of the Galápagos Islands. The boat we boarded typically holds up to 16 passengers. We are lucky enough to only have 12 passengers in our group. There are two couples from Holland, three people from Germany, two from Romania, two from Australia and yours truly! It's been a good time getting to know everyone. Each day we are given our agenda which typically includes two ...
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