Bartoleme – Crossroads of Conservation Group Journal Entry

Today we woke up at 5:30 and everyone was tired, but filled with enthusiasm for the extravagant adventure we had planned for the day. Luis, our trusted companion and fearless leader, greeted us on the bus ride to the boat. Once the group set foot on the boat, the journey commenced. The boat ride was […]

Galapagos Tortoise Photo

Galapagos Tortoises – Crossroads of Conservation Group Journal Entry

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Today we woke up at 7 am to have breakfast, which was great. Simple bananas, peanut butter, bread with cheese, and coffee. Even black, Galapagos coffee is more than amazing. After breakfast we got changed into our bathing suits and headed to see tortoises and snorkel. The tortoises ranged from more than a meter and […]

Sustainability in Practice

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Why and how was a small community service project going to change or add to the sustainability of the Galapagos? This is what I thought to myself as music floated through the semi-warm air, indistinct words and heavy electronic rap beats—the typical selection for the group to listen to while doing activities around the Galapagos. […]