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Few have explored the remote volcanic islands of the Galapagos archipelago, an otherworldly landscape inhabited by the world's largest tortoises and other fantastical creatures that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
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When Sathwik Karnik of Plainville, Mass., was about 6, his mother began challenging him and his older brother, Karthik, to her own version of hide-and-seek - using an atlas.
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Isabela Island is the largest of the Galapagos Islands. It was formed from five volcanoes which are all still considered active.
The citizen initiative "14 million- Life, family and liberty" " [es], which opposes the free distribution of the day-after pill and other forms of family planning policy, has caused controversy among Ecuadorians.
The editors of Scientific American regularly encounter perspectives on science and technology that we believe our readers would find thought-provoking, fascinating, debatable and challenging.
The SA o TomA© and PrA ncipe Reedfrog is the only amphibian species found on both islands.
This property brings three IHG-branded hotels to Ecuador including the current Holiday Inn Express Quito hotel, and the upcoming Holiday Inn Guayaquil Airport hotel slated to open next month.
Simon Calder is Travel Editor at Large for The Independent, writing a weekly column, various articles and features as well as filming a weekly video diary.
Thousands of young people every year flock to vacation Bible camps, but where do you go when you're a young Unitarian Universalist? A scientific voyage to the world of Charles Darwin, an Ohio version of Harry Potter's Hogwarts, and an island-bound retreat in northern Minnesota are just some of the summer camp options with a unique, UU twist.
Dear Sir: Is this the prime airline that Gonsalves referred to when he told us that some great airlines would be flying into Argyle? Will this be our 'flag carrier' airline? Will this be as good as it gets? This is a new airline established in 2004, but several bad records have held it back from being a success.
The former Ecuadorian judge who signed his name to a $19 billion environmental judgment against Chevron in February 2011 failed to show up to testify about whether he really wrote it on Thursday.
QUITO: A ring that smuggled immigrants from India and Sri Lanka into the United States through Ecuador has been broken up with the arrest of six people, Ecuadoran authorities said yesterday.
The sun shone brightly but we were greeted by another wonderful breeze as we began our walk on one of the trails of Floreana Island.
Oh, San Antonio. You were rebuilding your rep for South Texas rock dominance - with corazon - until Pinata Protest crashed the fiesta.
Supermarket staff work next to partially empty shelves of toilet paper in Caracas on May 16, 2013.