Ecuador Travel Stories

Instead of stamps and postmen, the Galapagos isle relies on a barrel and the kindness of travelers to move its mail.
Planning a trip to Machu Picchu, Peru, and the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador (Post, December 20, 2009)
Coming & Going: AOL's top vacation spots, new flight to Ecuador, a virtual trip (Post, December 6, 2009)
Travel Q&A: Where to With Two Teens? (Post, July 26, 2009)
Upscale Markets. Way, Way Up.: The higher you climb in the Andes, the more bargains you'll find. The scenery's pretty good, too. (Post, April 13, 2008)
TRAVEL Q&A: Welcome to the Ecuador Jungle (Post, October 1, 2006)
Galapagos Now: It's evolutionary! Most visitors to the Galapagos retreat to their cruise ships at night, but new rules allow the intrepid to camp on the islands Charles Darwin made famous. (Post, April 2, 2006)
Despite Efforts, Some Tours Do Leave Footprints (Post, April 2, 2006)
TRAVEL Q&A: Vegas: Bridal Blowout (Post, February 26, 2006)
Coup? What Coup?: When adventure travel runs into real-world events, you may need more than a mini Mag-Lite and a Buzz-Off jacket. Or maybe not. (Post, May 15, 2005)
The Galapagos Can Wait: Beyond the Boobies, Ecuador's Andes-to-Amazon Appeal (Post, September 5, 2004)
Fall/Winter Cruising: Galapagos (Post, October 5, 2003)

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