Melbourne Revealed – Snorkeling Altona Beach!

Today I am joined by my good friend Adrian Valenta as I return to Melbourne's west. This time I head to the beachside suburb of Altona where I take a snorkel and a walk and experience one of Melbourne's surprisingly nicest beaches!

Little Places – San Cristobel Island, Galapagos

I should start today’s post off by saying that pretty much anywhere in the Galapagos can be classified as a ‘Little Place’ – it’s not as if it’s teeming with thousands upon thousands of people. The towns and islands are thankfully sparsely populated, and the number of tourists allowed to visit I think is also …

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Review – Intrepid Tour to Galapagos – Days Six to Nine

Previous posts – Pretrip, Days One and Two Days Three, Four and Five So it’s time to wrap up the final stage of the tour. The final three days, plus what they classed as ‘Day Nine’, but really shouldn’t have been counted as part of the tour. As I said before. But anyways, when last …

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Review – Intrepid Tour Galapagos, Days Three, Four and Five

Continued on from Pretrip, Days One and Two Day Three You last left me on my 9 (ish) day tour of Galapagos finally arrived on the largest of the islands, Isla Isabella staying in a nice hotel called Hotel Iguana. I shared a three bed room with one other person. Day three was a 6am …

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Travel Video – Swimming With Sea Lions, Galapagos

Howdy All Back with another video I compiled in the last week or so showing sea lions on Isla San Cristobel, Galapagos. This is the first real run my action camera got - although the land stuff is mostly shot on my Nikon 3300. If you're interested in what I used of course. I shot …

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A Day at the Beach With the Sea Lions, Galapagos

When people are asking me for my number one experience from South America, I have little hesitation in saying ‘Galapagos’. Even though the place was way more touristy than I had envisioned (same could be said about all of South America, really) the waters, animals and volcanoes made it so different from anything else in …

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