Oh my, it’s time again for the CKCBH and I am able to sit back, relax and travel around the world from the comfort of a table by the window here at the library. I have one eye on the happenings of the village, and another further afield in far away places, dreaming of sights I’ve never seen myself. I’ve been here in this village on the Irish Sea for 10 years and 4 days now and there are still places I haven’t seen and things I haven’t done! One of the places I long to visit is Ecuador, which is my feature this month.
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Many years ago I saw a show about the Galapagos islands and it’s been on my bucket list ever since. I even had brochures from the travel agent and was planning how I could work it into a trip to Australia and New Zealand. However, life changed and I didn’t make it down that direction. I’d still love to go sometime in the future, however! Thus is the reason I just had to choose 6 Magical Places to Visit With Kids in Ecuador as my feature this month.
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