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
The evenings are magic in Venice. Lights play off the waters of the canals while the gondoliers search for romantic sunset passengers.
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Under a canopy made of palm fronds and fishing nets, we shared a beer with after-a-long-day tired fisherman overlooking their catch drying in the sun and the sea that provides their livelihood.
For more about our adventures in Guatemala: https://www.gypsynester.com/guatemala.htm
Sometimes streets are made of water. This doesn’t stop Venice from having rush hours – buses, taxis and, what we would think of as “everyday cars” are all boats. And yes, there are accidents. Like the one about to happen here.
For more boat madness in Venice: https://www.gypsynester.com/ve.htm
The wild plant life and the strange colors of the sunsets deep in the Florida Everglades had me battling mosquitoes for the best views!
For more on our antics in Florida: https://www.gypsynester.com/?tag=florida