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Isla Espanola

Posted by Susanna On October - 10 - 2010

This was by far the island with the most abounded wildlife of the Galapagos from all I’ve seen. Animals wherever you look – and step. So you need to be careful. Isla Espanola is the oldest of all Galapagos islands with a vast number of birds like bluefooted boobies, Nazca or masked boobies, albatross, frigate birds. Lots of marine iguanas lying around in the most colorful version – red and green. Sea lions sleep on the beach with lots of pubs… I did not know where to look first: the impressive majestic Galapagos hawk, the funny dancing boobies or the cute boobie and albatross chicks… No doubt this is how earth was back in the days when all creatures lived peaceful in harmony with eachother…
In the morning I visited first Gardner bay with one of the nicest white sand beaches. In the afternoon we went to Punta Suárez what is supposed to be the wildest wet landing because here the waves are very high…Yes Galapagos is paradise and I am blessed to be able to experienced this… I hope when you see the photos you understand why it is important to safe the animals and to do everything possible to protect the last innocence of mother earth.

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Punta Suárez

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2 Responses to “Isla Espanola”

  1. Dear Susanna,
    I envy you for having had the chance to experience that beautiful, rather breathtaking spot on our planet earth; you diary, the pictures, the atmosphere which comes with it, with charm and love you are communicating your extraordinary journey; for me the only idea of “God” is there, the source of evolution, thats what Darwin once brought to us, thats what we all must preserve, its where life begins, it shows in beautiful simplicity the gathering of different species, they peacefully share life in their community; unfortunately a minuscule minority but a lesson for human beings! thanks for sharing your view with us,
    Oliver from Germany

    • Susanna says:

      Thx for the wonderful words. 🙂 It was my dream since I was little and I did everything I could to win that competition… I love Galapagos so much…It is wonderful!

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