Galapagos - A True Paradise for Wildlife, Marinelife & Nature Lovers! (Part II) June 17th 2010 Hi all,
Day 5 - We're landing early morning on the shore of North Seymour Island. It is named after an English nobleman called Lord Hugh Seymour (if you really need to know...). As we learn, this island was created by a seismic uplift rather than being of volcanic origin, like most of the archipelago. A tiny forest of silver-grey Palo Santo trees is spread just above the landing point ... read more
South America » Ecuador » Galápagos The "Republic of the Equator" was one of three countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830 (the others are Colombia and Venezuela). Between 1904 and 1942, Ecuador lost territories in a series of conflicts with its neighbors. A b... ... read more
We are now back in our beautiful country Israel. In this blog, we have recorded our wonderful experiences from a year of travels and backpacking in South america as a family.
When we left for the trip these were our mission team members:
Tal (41) is leading the way.
Lilach (38) is taking care of the organizations.
Nitzan (10) is in charge of making sure mom and dad do not loose it...
Omer (7) is in charge of the curiosity
Shachar (4) is responsible for making us all laugh
Upon our return, and to help others, we have created a new web site about travelling with children. Visit us on[... full info