If you celebrate Christmas, Merry Christmas Eve!
Today marks the last of my guest blogs over at the Galapagos Eco-Lodge Blog, where I’ve been sharing my experiences and photos with my husband, sister-in-law and brother-in-law onboard the Cormorant Catamaran with our Naturalist Guide, Harry Jimenez. Harry also owns and operates the Galapagos Eco-Lodge on San Cristobal Island.
On Day 15, we visited Lonesome George, the famous giant tortoise who was the last of his sub-species. A few weeks after our trip, George passed away, so we were among the last to see him.
To enjoy my stories and pictures about our last day in the Galapagos, head on over to the Galapagos Eco-Lodge blog.
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If you’re coming to this series of guest blogs late and you’re interested in finding out more about the Galapagos Islands, Harry’s blog is chockfull of information. I wish I’d had a resource like his at my fingertips when I was researching our trip. He has way more information than I could ever impart, because he’s an expert and I’m just a gracious (we like to think) traveler.
Again, if you’re coming to this series of guest blogs late, you can also view my travels in Ecuador, including time in Quito and at the equator, before we journeyed to the Galapagos, by glancing through the sidebar to your right, clicking Galapagos 2012 and then hitting “Older Posts” until you arrive at the first post in my archives. Okay, I’ll start you off. Click here to read my very first post and then you can move on through them (once you get to the page, you have to scroll down to reach the first post).
Aside from the first posts in my Archive, which mark our journey before entering Galapagos, the posts are the same as they are over on the Galapagos Eco-Lodge Blog, except the pictures are larger. (Had to give myself a plug).