In the Colonial Center of Quito, Ecuador, this lady was sweet enough to let us snap her photo – and sent us along with a blessing.
For more about our adventures in Quito: https://www.gypsynester.com/quito.htm
In The Galapagos, thousands of Marine Iguanas make an evening pilgrimage to Fernandina Island to worship the sun. Veronica, unable to believe her eyes, and mesmerized by the iguanas’ lack of fear of human nearness, simply laid down and joined in the surreal ceremony.
Check out our live-blog of The Galapagos: https://www.gypsynester.com/galapagos.htm
One of the highlights of my life (so far!) was the time I spent with this little sea lion in The Galapagos. He was every bit as curious of me as I was of him!
For more on the ridiculously cute sea lions of The Galapagos Islands: https://www.gypsynester.com/sea-lions-galapagos.htm
On the beach in Colonia, Uruguay, this adorable little guy is more than ready to share his father’s passion for fishing. Doesn’t matter that the pole is three times his size, he tackles the task at hand!
To see more of beautiful Colonia: https://www.gypsynester.com/colonia-uruguay.htm
Marine Iguanas are surprisingly communal beings, but these two seemed to share a special friendship!
For more on our adventures in The Galapagos Islands!: https://www.gypsynester.com/galapagos.htm
A male frigate doing his version of the Galapagos singles bar scene. What girl could resist a bright red inflated gular sac like that?
To see our entire Galapagos adventure, click here: https://www.gypsynester.com/galapagos.htm
Just want to see the birds? Click here: https://www.gypsynester.com/galapagos-birds.htm