Quito/Galapagos/Napo travel panel

Travel Panel www.cnhtours.com Every booking is personalised so the cost will depend on your requirements. An eight day/seven-night Galapagos trip will set you back about $5,452pp. A couple of days in Quito with a day of organised sightseeing adds about $142.50pp. Flights to and from Baltra are included but not those from home countries. My …

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Napo Wildlife Centre and Sacha Lodge

NB: All pics on this site taken by us and are therefore subject to copyright ©NotDeadYetTravel After our delightful excursion around the Galapagos, we took a few more days away from the world of work to revisit the Amazon. We previously tagged time onto our jaunt to Peru a few years ago for a similar …

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Galapagos: The Samba – dance the night away

NB: All pics on this site taken by us and are therefore subject to copyright ©NotDeadYetTravel For the first few nights our boat, the Samba, was more rock and roll than a smooth Strictly Ballroom glide across the water but it was no more than we expected and those who felt a little frail took …

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bluefooted boobies

The Galapagos – no place for boobies unless they have wings

NB: All pics on this site taken by us and are therefore subject to copyright ©NotDeadYetTravel Not Dead Yet’s usual advice when first venturing into the unknown is to use the touristy hop-on-hop-off bus to get your bearings and mark off the museums, galleries and coffee shops that you wish to spend more time in. …

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Rocking the boat

July 2017 Naturally enough there are one or two things passengers occasionally grumbled about. One close to the top of the list was changes in the itinerary. On our cruise, well before we sailed, our first port of call on returning to the US was changed from San Diego to San Francisco. This caused some …

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Solo travellers

July 2017 Solo travellers The more we are on board, the more we realise what a great way this is for women to travel solo. It’s safe, comfortable and relaxed but it’s not cheap. Cabin costs are inevitably based on two sharing: note that Regent Seven Seas are among the priciest. Some cruises companies give …

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