--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Author kate grenier i find myself using words such as dream like, amazing and fabulous often when describing the trip. our last day was truly the icing on the cake though and showed us a side to the islands we had not … Author kate grenier tortoise, the other mythical creature that comes to mind when one thinks about the islands. after many days at sea it was exciting to find ourselves in the highlands of island santa cruz, searching … Author kate grenier today was truly an underwater highlight. after a short hike featuring beautiful views of the islands, it was time to submerge myself again into my underwater playground. the sea lions, their movement … Author Elizabeth Conway A great introduction to a sea-kayaking trip through Costa Rica canals. Mangrove swamps are one of the richest natural environments in the world - in this clip alone you'll spot capuchin monkeys, … Author Wendy DeGiglio I could have saved myself the walk.
Not that the 45 minutes I spent looking for some ultrachic French Argentinean restaurant mentioned in my guidebook was a total waste. A tour of Salta’s … Author kate grenier it is truly something once you discover there is a whole new world below you! the water has always drawn me, i must have been a mermaid in my past life and the waters of galapagos were no … Author Wendy DeGiglio Never mind that we spent the absolute very last hour of my stay in Salta giggling like two schoolgirls in the huge jacuzzi of my hotel room before racing off to the airport.
Or that earlier that day … Author kate grenier iguanas. who knew such a small island could hold so many iguanas?! the rocks appeared lumpy and black as we arrived on the island but as we drew closer we realized the black lumps occasionally moved … Author kate grenier not only were we amazed at the dream land we found ourselves in, but our accommodations and crew couldn't have been better... a huge thank you to the erik - you were an amazing boat!!
we started our … Author kate grenier after a whirlwind tour of quito, my family (my parents, brother and my husband) boarded a flight to the land of the unknown... a land we had dreamed about since our last south american family … Author Judy Green After a pleasant breakfast overlooking the hotel’s garden, complete with resident bunny, we met Daniel for our half-day tour of Quito. He took us to the Old City, and after ascertaining that we … Author Judy Green Our first sight of Quito as we dropped through the clouds was of a bowl filled to the brim with lights. Quito sits high in the Andes, surrounded by mountain peaks, and the city runs right up the … Author Kassandra Magruder Our guide picks us up early today and we head to the Otavalo Market. We visit a traditional weaver cooperative that weaves all of their wares by hand and loom. The weavers show us all of the natural … Author Kassandra Magruder Today is another hiking day! I have been itching to get up to Cuicocha Lake the whole time I have been in Ecuador. Cuicocha is a crater lake that lies at the foot of Cotacachi Volcano. The water of …
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