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If my city had a heart. That heart would be the French Quarter. This 78-square block town within a city, that moves to its own beat, has its own architecture, has its own cuisine. It breaths. It lives. While most … Continue reading
Sunday we hopped the 4 train down to Fulten St. and the South St. Seaport. Then took a ride around New York harbor. The weather was clear but a little chilly on the water. We saw the Brooklyn Bridge, Lower … Continue reading
Fast pace life is what New York is all about. From second to second, minute to minute the people, places and things fly by me like fighter jets locked in a dog fight. Friday night I learned how to ride … Continue reading
Started the day out in Central Park by the metropolitan art museum. I wanted to see the Egyptian Obelisk. But it was being repaired and there was scaffolding all around it. So we headed off into the park for a … Continue reading
Like the eb and flow of the tide the sea of humanity flows through the city. It’s sensory overload. People here people there and it goes on for ever. The hustle and the bustle of the city only slows down … Continue reading
The trip is coming up fast. There’s so much to do and so little time. I think we have our trip scheduled as much as possible with time left over for impromptu sightseeing. So here it as it sits now. … Continue reading
Hope to see you all here for more exciting updates. I’ll post the itinerary as soon as I can.
I have most of the pictures up on the Shutterfly site now. There are some really good shots of many indigenous species of the islands. Lots of plunge diving boobies, lounging sea lions, and even flamingos. Please feel free to visit the … Continue reading
I’ve setup a ShutterFly Site for my pictures. Here are a few samples from days 1 – 4. https://2013ecuadortrip.shutterfly.com/ Here are a few samples. Enjoy!
Why the Waved Albatross chose this island for a nesting ground is obvious at first site. Being the oldest of the Island chain Espanola is the flattest of the islands. So it resembles a giant aircraft carrier. For a giant … Continue reading