• Ecuador – The Galapagos Islands

    The Gal├ípagos Islands are a small group of islands some 1000 km West of Ecuador. The archipelago, consisting of 13 major islands, is one of Ecuador’s 21 provinces and lies on the equator. It was uninhabited until it was discovered by the Spanish in 1535. A lot has happened since then. It was used as […]

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  • Ecuador Galapagos Islands – Hammertime!

    (This piece has a sound track: Can’t touch this, by MC Hammer. Put it on while reading this – I’ve been singing it all day long!) Hammertime! Teeuw deeuw deeuw deeuw, tu duw, te duw. In case you don’t get it yet: we saw a hammerhead shark!! Lots of hammerhead sharks!! During both dives today! […]

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  • Peru to Ecuador – Aliens & Another birthday

    Everybody has heard of the famous and mysterious Nazca lines but nobody seems to know for sure how they were ever created and why. The lines are a series of geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert, stretched out over an arid area of 500 sq km. They form a network of more than 800 lines, […]

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