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  • The Galapagos Islands/90_DSCF2082.jpg caption=DSCF2082]At the end of 2015, my wife and I traveled to the Galapagos Islands for a week of island hopping. We reserved room and board on a fantastic ya Posted by Mauny Muray in The Galapagos Islands | Aug 22, 2016
  • Colourful Ecuador...With A Quick Biology Class in GalapagosEcuador ending up being a country that tested us. We arrived when Cotopaxi was still erupting and gas masks were needed to be worn to ensure that your lungs didn't get irritated. We then followed this up with Lewis getting Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Jul 27, 2016
  • IN THE ECUADORIAN JUNGLE & ON OUR WAY TO COLOMBIAInitially Sam and I were thinking about going next to the Zona Cafetera, the coffee area but then we changed our minds and decided to do a jungle tour in the Cuyabano reserve. So we spent a day in Quito Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Jul 11, 2016
  • THE INCREDIBLE GALAPAGOS ISLANDSThe Galapagos consist of 16 islands, only 3 of which are inhabited. The best way to explore it is by cruise, which guarantees you to see as much as possible of it without wasting time in boat transport back and Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Jul 5, 2016
  • FROM NORTHERN PERU TO ECUADORAfter an amazing time in Cuzco, I was planning to spend a couple of days in Mancora in the North of Peru before crossing over to Ecuador. But my journey there was more complicated than planned... I had booked a Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Jun 30, 2016
  • Chapter 5: Ecuador to Mancora, PeruI'm not going to waste too much precious Internet space on Miami. It is what it is, and I'm sure some people love it, but I'm afraid I ain't one of them. Thankfully there was plenty of football to keep Posted by Daniel.J.B in Another travel blog | Jun 29, 2016
  • Amazonian DreamsI never planned to return to the jungle-locked community of Tonampare where my friend Casey and I lived some 18 years ago. Part of the reason was I didn't want to take any malaria medication. I also didn't want to Posted by spower in Ode to Ecuador | Jun 24, 2016
  • Andean HighsAh, Ecuador. It's been almost two weeks now since Delcia and I returned from our 14 day trip to this coal shaped nation but in some ways it felt like we were there for months, As some of you know, Posted by spower in Ode to Ecuador | Jun 24, 2016
  • ecuador===quito=== [float=right] [/float] DO: wander around the Old City (make sure to check out La Ronda - a pedestrian Posted by scampyyy in south america | Dec 1, 2012
  • Huanchaco & Mancora (Peru), Ecuador, & Cali (Colombia)Huanchaco (Peru) Well after the fast pace, busy life of Lima, Angela and I decided to take in some relaxation and lay by the ocean. Huanchaco was the perfect spot. Offering a nice chill hostel right across from the ocean, and Posted by CodyAngela in Our adventure | Apr 6, 2016
  • Galápagos el amor y la bellezaGalápagos el amor y la belleza Be still, my sensitive heart. Well, I suppose my mind is preparing for the departure early next week. Bittersweet traveling is. The amazing connections that are sought after, bring memories and tearful goodbyes. Tears b Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Feb 14, 2016
  • Day trip to Mindo and the presidenteCombo of bad internet connection here and too busy to post. We're loving Quito. Safe to wander around and everyone super friendly. Did a day trip yesterday to Mindo Posted by llochrie in Lorri & Jan's South America adventure | Feb 11, 2016
  • Days 6 & 7 Galápagos Islands Days 6 & 7 Galápagos They say age is just a number, it's about how old you feel. Well, I feel about what I'd imagine 60 would be. Haha. Super stiff and sore from my first day of surfing. But Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Feb 10, 2016
  • Days 3 & 4 & 5 Galápagos Day 3 & 4 & 5 Galápagos The last few days have consisted of small day trips around the island of Santa Cruz. The 2 hour hike to the white sandy paradise of Tortuga bay. On the way, passing through the Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Feb 7, 2016
  • Dear Authenticity,Dear Authenticity, It's 1am now as I write this. My door, propped open with the fan going on high. My skin, tingly and itchy as my body heals from the intense sun exposure. Wondering why I ever chose over a Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Feb 4, 2016
  • The best 2 weeks of my life (so far)As promised, here is a post completely dedicated to the 2nd Rotary trip of my exchange. Let me start off by saying that I originally planned not to go on this trip, but I am SO SO SO glad that I Posted by alexandrang98 in 10 meses en San Borja | Feb 4, 2016
  • Day 2 Galápagos islandsDay 2 Galápagos The art of slow travel yields excellence when paired with a bit of patience, and a willingness to get lost. There are many types of travellers on the road. Some like exuberant hotels and gourmet meals, others Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Feb 4, 2016
  • Day 1 Galápagos Day 1 Galápagos Rise and shine! The early bird gets Beach to himself. Today I awoke at 5am, Desayunos at 6, and was at the beach with my snorkel and mask by 8. Walking through the cobblestone streets at Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Feb 3, 2016
  • Guayaquil to Galápagos Islands Guayaquil to Galápagos Islands If there's one thing better then being somewhere, it's the process getting there. I look forward to the days of travel where the roads of uncertainty lie ahead. Today, I traveled from Guayaquil to the island of Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Feb 1, 2016
  • El MaleconEl Malecon Happy Saturday everyone! First, a verse from a poem by one of my favourite queer poets, Walt Whitman. Song of the open road The earth expanding right hand and left hand, The picture alive, every part in its best light, Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Jan 30, 2016
  • Banos to GuayaquilBanos to Guayaquil Hola familia! Traveling on the cheap is a challenge in frugality and creativity. One finds ways to experience the moment to the fullest without breaking the bank. Banos has a ton of extreme adventure sports to be experienced, Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Jan 28, 2016
  • Amazonia to BanosAmazonia to Banos After my last Desayunos in the Amazon, I traveled by bus to Tena and then to Banos, a five hour trip in total. Managed to hitch a ride with a college school group on their way back to Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Jan 25, 2016
  • Days 3 & 4 in AmazoniaDay 3 and 4 in Amazonia Holy doodle! Another great day of tree planting. The heat just sucks the energy right out of a brother. The English University group fell asleep in the hammocks and even on the lunch benches after Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Jan 24, 2016
  • Day 2 in AmazoniaDay 2 in Amazonia Too hot for clothes! Was a scorcher today. Glad I made it through the night. Was feeling the effects of post dehydration and exhaustion, ended up taking a Tylenol for a sore back. The New York University Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Jan 24, 2016
  • Day 1 in AmazoniaDay 1 in Amazonia Ouch! As I write this, I'm wrapping my hands in gauze and bandaids. We walked 2km into the jungle today to plant a bazillion banana and yuca trees. Walking through the forest was amazing! So many cacao Posted by Islandboi99 in South America 2016 | Jan 24, 2016
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