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Creator of travel blog The Green Adventurers. I'm new to the world of blogging but am eager to connect with brands and other bloggers.

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I was so excited to see the blue-footed booby in the wild. They are one of the birds found on the Galapagos Islands but can also be found on Isla de la Plata aka Poor Man's Galapagos which was more suited to my budget. ⁠ ⁠ I took what I thought would be a 45 minute boat ride which was actually closer to 2 hours. I am not good on boats so the waves ocean made it quite an unpleasant time for me but it was definitely worth it to see the boobies! There were so many of them including chicks and they were not afraid of humans at all. Watching them perched upon the cliffs waving their little blue feet (a mating ritual) was one of my favourite experiences in Ecuador. ⁠ ⁠ What animal would you love to see in the wild?⁠ • ⁠ • ⁠ • ⁠ • ⁠ • ⁠ #bluefootedbooby #ecuador #ecuadortravel #natureloversgallery #southamericatravel #travelandlife #worldexplorer #worldtones #allyouneedisecuador #beachwalk #intagood #livetoexplore #meettheworld #placetobe #thehappynow #visitsouthamerica #world_shotz⁠ #birding #birdlovers #birdfreaks #wildbird #birdwatchers #ig_birdwatchers #instanature #ig_nature #natureshot #igtravel #travellife #welltravelled #travelphotographer

25 Things You Need To Take Hiking – The Green Adventurers

Sometimes when hiking in remote locations there won’t be phone service so let someone know where you are going so I like to leave a plastic bag I’ve found or recycled from something else in my bag incase MAP – Look up your route ahead of time and if it’s on your phone make sure to take a screenshot or download for offline use. Again this one is not essential and it’s nice to enjoy the sounds of nature but sometimes a song is all your need to get you through a particularly challenging part of a hike.

Peachy glow 🍑 A cloudless sky is never quite as exciting for sunset but I can't complain about this beautiful afterglow. My blog has a brand new look, let me know what you think!

Innes National Park Guide – The Green Adventurers

If you only have 1 day to spend in Innes National Park don’t miss these spots: Stenhouse Bay + Coastal Walk Road View Point The best things to see in 2 days: Stenhouse Bay + Coastal Walk, Road View Point, West Cape Lighthouse + Beach, Cape Spencer Lighthouse, Royston Head Hike Shell Beach Pondalowie Break You can cover most sights in 3 days: Stenhouse Bay + Coastal Walk, Road View Point, West Cape Lighthouse + Beach, Cape Spencer Lighthouse, Royston Head Hike, Shell Beach, Pondalowie Break, Ethel Wreck, Dolphin Beach Emu Beach Inneston Historic Town Pondalowie Bay + Wreck Reptiles found within the national park as of 2003 included marbled gecko, mallee snake-eye, painted dragon, barking gecko, yellow-faced whipsnake, black tiger snake, eastern stone gecko, eastern bearded dragon, bull skink, eastern brown snake, four-toed earless skink, peninsula brown snake, southern four-toed slider, common scaly-foot, dwarf skink, western bluetongue, Adelaide snake-eye, sleepy lizard and prickly dragon.

Pastel skies⁠ 😍 I am a little obsessed with sunsets and am always looking at the clouds trying to predict what the sunset will be like because I don't live that close to the beach. ⁠ ⁠ Are you any good at predicting the weather? 🌩️🌤️🌞🌪️🌧️🌈 ⁠

Best Beaches in Adelaide – The Green Adventurers

The city of Adelaide is tucked between rolling hills and ocean waves with Adelaideans living next to some of Australia’s best beaches. Whether you prefer soaking in the sun at Semaphore, sipping cocktails at Henley or snorkelling at Port Noarlunga there is no shortage of great beaches in Adelaide. This iconic location offers visitors a beautiful sandy beach with a picturesque jetty jutting out from the atmospheric Henley Square. This Coastal Walk is a collaboration between 6 local councils to create a 70km walking and cycling path along Adelaide’s beautiful coastline from North Haven to Sellicks Beach.

☁️ Moody vibes ☁️⁠ Who loves an overcast beach? ⁠ ⁠ I kind of like a walk on the beach even when the clouds are dominating the sky. As long as the wind and rain stays away I'm happy. ⁠ ⁠ Check out Adelaide's best beaches. ⁠ ⭐ Link in bio.⁠ ❤️ Love the beach?⁠ ➡️ Follow @thegreenadventurers for more coastal treats. ⁠ ⁠

Vegan Wine Tour Adelaide – The Green Adventurers

New World Wine Tour Company offers eco and vegan-friendly wine tours focusing on wineries with sustainable practices in McLaren Vale. New World Wine Tour Company was founded in 2019 by Ian Hooper to be able to share his love and knowledge of South Australian wine in an eco-friendly and sustainable way. New World Wine Tours offer a package tailor-made for vegans which showcases the best wine that McLaren Vale has to offer paired with some epic vegan food offerings. In addition, McLaren Vale built the first and largest reclaimed water network in Australia so that 100% of all irrigation used in our region is now from a sustainable resource other than river water.

Trying out some long exposure shots at sunset. The hardest part was the model staying still for long enough! ⁠ ⁠ Hallet Cove is one of my favourite places in Adelaide. The rocky beach is so interesting and has lots of cool geological features. ⁠ ⁠

The most eye-catching feature at Port Willunga is the remains of a jetty which poke out from the waves. The jetty was originally constructed in 1853 when this area was one of the busiest ports in the colony of South Australia exporting wheat and other produce. The jetty was extended in the 1860s and the pylons that can be seen today are from this secondary build.⁠ ⁠ This is a popular spot for photographers as "the sticks" make an interesting feature for long exposure shots. ⁠ ⁠

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