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Location: Galapagos

Today started rushed with me sleeping through my early morning alarm to start wake-ups, yet we still made it to the dock in time for some scuba diving. With this being the first time most of us had scuba dived since Bonaire, and the fact that we were also in the Galapagos, everyone was excited to get in the water and see some animals. Now, the Galapagos is a big name with big expectations for diving, and boy… did it live up to the expectations. From jumping in the water and instantly seeing Hammerhead Sharks and Giant flocks of Spotted Eagle Rays to White Tip Reef Sharks playing with some Sea Lions, this was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. What seemed like a regular end to the day after the scuba dives, one of the neighbouring ships, “Green Peace”, offered us a tour which of course we took up on. Now, Green Peace is not some ordinary ship. Originally an ice-breaking oil ship, Green Peace is used for scientific research as well as an environmental activism boat that travels the world. Pretty interesting, huh? Anyway, the day ended with a nice meal in some nice weather in the Galapagos.

Best regards, Michael

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