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Galapagos Islands

The Isla Española is the more ancient of all the islands, with 3,4 million years. It is a paradise for marine birds. For its dryness and the lack of freshwater resources, its practically uninhabited for most human beings, although this characteristic makes it an obligatory stop. Is an island that belongs to the Galapagos’s species and one in which we are always welcome. Let yourself be enchanted with the islands, visit Ecuador.

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    Eat Canchalagua Ceviche

    The Canchalagua ceviche is a traditional dish of the Galapagos Islands. The canchalagua is a…

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