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Liz On The Loose
I love to travel. Who doesn't? "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore." ~Lord Chesterfield
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13th Aug 2018 - Journey to the Galapagos
Relaxing, relaxing, and more relaxing.
We woke up in our room at Termas Papallacta and were eager to enjoy our private thermal pools again.  We changed in to our still wet and cold bathing suits and ran to the warmth of our pools.  Cheryl and I...
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12th Aug 2018 - Journey to the Galapagos
Termas Papallacta
We woke up in our massive bedroom in the Marriott and enjoyed some more 1980’s music videos before heading down to breakfast for our smoothies and omelettes.  We took our time getting ready before heading...
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11th Aug 2018 - Journey to the Galapagos
Travel Day and Things to consider when getting ready to go to the Galapagos
Not too much to report today.  We woke up, had breakfast, and disembarked.  Boarding the zodiac for the last time was a little bittersweet.  I am thankful for an amazing week, but sad that it is ov...
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10th Aug 2018 - Journey to the Galapagos
A Visit to the Ship’s Doctor
Today we visited Espanola island.  Darwin never visited this island on his travels and there are some birds here that weren’t in his observation notes.  We went to Gardner Beach in the morning for a ...
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9th Aug 2018 - Journey to the Galapagos
Tortoises! (a.k.a. Santa Cruz and the Charles Darwin Centre)
Tortoises!  Today is the day we get to see the tortoises.  I was excited.  We disembarked the boat and were taken by bus through the town of Santa Cruz to reach the Charles Darwin Centre.  We sta...
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