My Photos : kate
Rolfing family trip to the Galapagos: 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 adventure in the early 90\'s. none of us knew what to expect but we were filled with excitement as we realized we were actually, finally, visiting the Galapagos islands.
Read my journal : Galapagos 2010
My Photos : Judy Green
Its exciting, to say the least, to fly out of Quito, Ecuador, since the city sits in a bowl high in the Andes, surrounded by mountain peaks, with the airport nestled right next to downtown. Soon we were up and over, on our way to a short stop in Guayaquil, and then on to Baltra, our first island in the Galapagos.
Read my journal : Galapagos Cruise on the Angelito
My Photos : Judy James
Galapagos Cruise: Through Adventure Life, my friends and I flew into Quito and on to the Galapagos Islands, where we spent 8 days on a 215\' square rigger sailing yacht, exploring the islands with an ecologist. What an adventure!
Read my journal : Galapagos Cruise
My Photos : Reilly Sullivan
How do you sum up a trip to the Galapagos? A birders paradise? A zoo without cages? Neither of the previous statements do Darwins Islands any justice. The Flamingo I, our vessel for the week, took us on an expedition to see and experience as much of the Galapagos as we possible could.
Read my journal : Galapagos Cruise With Dad