In spring 2018, I treated myself to a very special trip: a visit to Ecuador and the Galapagos islands.
My Galapagos cruise ended in San Cristóbal. After my cruise, I explored this island for three more days on my own – and it truly was a worthy conclusion to my stay in Galapagos. Continue reading Farewell to Galapagos
We spent the last (full) day of our Galapagos cruise in Española. This island is mostly known for the local albatross colony – but there is so much more to see! Continue reading Albatrosses and more
Today, we visited the next island of the Galapagos archipelago: Floreana. This island is known for snorkeling at Devil’s Crown and (especially) for Post Office Bay. Continue reading Snorkeling postmen
The second full day of my Galapagos cruise was dedicated to geology: We visited two younger islands with significant traces of volcanic activity. Continue reading Iconic Galapagos
The Galapagos islands are usually not a destination that you visit for relaxation. However, having to cope with yet another climate zone, I decided to take it easy the first two days there. Continue reading Relaxing in Galapagos
When visiting a Caribbean island, I can also leave it in style: on a three-days-long sailboat trip along the Belize Barrier Reef. Continue reading Sailing the Caribbean
Caye Caulker, my first stop in Belize, was a very Caribbean destination. Continue reading Caribbean life
From Tulum, I visited another cenote which was simply spectacular: Dos Ojos.