Chilled Iguanas, All-knowing Tortoises, Rascal Seals, and Rich Geriatric British Tourists


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South America » Ecuador » Galápagos
August 19th 2007
Published: October 6th 2007
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On the moment the plane touched down on the strange new terrain with funky-looking cactuses everywhere, one British voice blurted out: “By golly! We’ve landed on the moon!” - and we knew this was not going to be no ordinary place. According to Darwin (who also developed his theory of evolution on the islands), because the islands were never connected with the mainland, any plants or animals... Read Full Entry



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One of the beaches on San Cristobal island is always packed with seals and on strolling through there we found this sweet baby who had just been born moments before and was still dragging around his placenta, which the birds were picking at.
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Who complains when we don´t put up enough photos of us!



6th October 2007

Looks amazing! I love seals! they all remind me of noodle...
14th October 2007

Tom your uglier than a turtle. How come ??? Didn't know you can scuba dive ? I would be scared to do that though
19th October 2007

the dutch people from the jungle track
Hi tom and liba how are you? We find your website imazing picture's nice!! We had a lot off fune in the Jungle were steven prepose! I was wondering if you have still the picture from The prepose with the ring and everything?? How is live now are you guys preparing the next journey? We hope to here from you take care and tom keep making those beautyfull pictures. Lots of love Steven & Myrthe Holland
1st May 2008

Wow!
Love the underwater photos/videos - they're incredible! Really makes me regret not taking a underwater camara when I went.
2nd June 2008

Love your pics
I really enjoyed your blog and movies! Thank you for sharing a gem of a trip!! I'll be going Thanksgiving 2008 to Galapagos and am truly excited. One thing I want to do is learn how to dive, it looks like a lot of fun and life underwater is so incredible and peaceful.

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