Also yesterday we decided it was the PREMIERE an exclusive video to which we have put a lot of love and that aroused great interest in the talk and, as we promised, here you have it today.
But why such a suggestive title? What was the reason that led us to it?
Galapagos, a journey to life
With the diary of trip to Quito and Galapagos Almost available and the conference yesterday, there is little left to tell that you do not know about our passage through this archipelago.
Scenarios like Santa Fe, with its unique endemic iguana or its giant cacti or the extraterrestrial red of South Plaza at a certain time of the year, they caught our attention
But Galapagos is much more. Is a journey into the lives of beings that have evolved in isolation from what was happening in the other part of the world, where humans insisted on ending every last bit of nature.
However, the Galapagos National Park has been protected from our whims and only in a few small and controlled groups is access allowed. That would have complicated the task of Charles Darwin himself in his inspiration for the Theory of Evolution but allows us to observe images like this (no act video for the most sensitive to "peluchitos")
Free travel to Galapagos It is possible, and even more economical than anyone might think a priori and of all this we speak in the presentation yesterday but you also have available in our stories and in Sele's Corner
If its places and its nature are not enough reason to consider an adventure like that, it does not even have to swim in its oceans, it takes you to one of the most extraordinary underwater scenarios on the planet, as are the high levels of the islands, much more wet where other unusual beings appear that give name to this underworld
Galapagos is a trip to life, it is an adventure for the most authentic and virgin planet lover that man knows.
I have nothing left but thank all the people who showed us their love and made me feel comfortable at all times (to all those we knew -Ana, Ida, Alejandra, Jaac, Sara, ... - and those I've finally met -Paloma Mazano what a great surprise, Iván, Javier, ...). We hope you liked it, of course it was a pleasure for us
A small reflection. For someone who has been in that other world called Antarctica, but also in the most remote South Seas, he Norwegian Arctic or the volcanoes of africa loss of the R.D. Congo, and saving the distances because nothing like that is comparable, Galapagos Islands has been a climax to a child's dream, feeling again that I left the world of men to enter a parallel universe where animals and people live in absolute peaceful coexistence. And that, there is no economic interest I can with it.
Isaac (along with Sele), at the Conference "Galapagos, a journey to life" (Madrid)