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Explore Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands (Video + Stills)

Discussion in 'Hawaii & South Pacific' started by IntrepidBerkeleyExplorer, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. My film "Gringo in the Galapagos" can be seen on the web, if you have a high speed internet connection. The video features Ecuador’s Highlands, the Jungle, and then out to a cruise of the Galapagos Islands for personal visits with animals of all kinds that are not scared of humans.

    It was an unbelievable experience to get so close to sea lions, blue-footed boobys, iguanas, giant tortoises, and all the other Galapagos wildlife.

    This is a free, non-commercial, streaming video on the Windows Media Player. No ads and no strings attached. I sell absolutely nothing.

    My video site is:


    With any modem you can view the Ecuador/Galapagos still photo gallery at:


    There are over 30 of my other amateur travel videos on-line covering all seven continents. Visit Italy, England, Antarctica, Bali, China, Russia, Florida, Mayan Pyramids, Greece, American National Parks, or Turkey; see whales, penguins, or polar bears.

    The planet is yours, including my Home Page giant galaxy of still pictures at:


    The Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
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  2. Neil

    Neil Deckhand

    Hi David

    Great to see you posting with us again.

    I know our members enjoy your films and pictures so I am sure the latest postings will be appreciated.

    I will be having a look at them over the weekend.

    Hope you are keeping well and many thanks for posting with us.

  3. jo jo

    jo jo Deckhand

    Any tips as I am headed to the Galapagos May 2015! Isabela 2 is the ship. Going with tauck!
  4. Neil

    Neil Deckhand

    Not an area I have visited