Goodbye Glorious Galapagos

It was just such a strange feeling to leave Galapagos. We don’t know if we will ever come back, but we hope that we will. Things are also changing a lot on the Galapagos, and what effect will that have on nature and wildlife in the long run? Only time can tell.

The hardest part was to say goodbye to the wildlife

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Big or small, underwater or in the sky – being so close with the wildlife was the number 1. thing for us on our trip to Galapagos

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We are both grateful for all the pictures we have taking – but a special thanks to Esben, my photographer wlEmoticon-camera Goodbye Glorious Galapagos wlEmoticon-redheart Goodbye Glorious Galapagos

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Esben bought a souvenir – a new cap, and left the old one on Galapagos

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