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Lazin’ Around in Galapagos (Collection)

Posted in: Galapagos Animals, Galapagos Islands, Traveling Kids

Hey everyone!

This week I’ve been feeling pretty tired, and I thought these sea lions were great examples of what I want to do over the weekend; except on a nice soft bed 😛 !

lazy-sea-lion

So cute! I’m jealous 😛

lazy-sea-lion

Zzzzz

sleeping-sea-lion

Lol, where are my sun-warmed rocks?

sea-lion-sleeping

Sooo cute!

Fast Facts

Sea lions are my favorite Galapagos animal, I even swam with one.

What is your favorite Galapagos animal? Is it:

  • sea lion
  • tortoise
  • iguana
  • land iguana
  • white tipped reef shark
  • frigatebird
  • blue footed booby
  • something else

I would love to hear your thoughts on your favorite Galapagos animal! Please comment below and tell me! I hope you liked this post!

Catch ya later Shutterbug 😀 !

More reading: Travelers Guide to Galapagos Islands Animals

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Meet the Author

Drew Haines is an animal enthusiast, travel writer, and content marketer. She loves to share her passion through her writing. She is the founder and owner of EverywhereWild Media, EverywhereWild, and co-founder and owner of JustBirding. She also guest blogs on LatinRootsTravel and GringosAbroad. She lived in Ecuador for 6 years and explored the Galapagos Islands. Currently based in N.S., Canada.

3 comments… add one
  • Nanny Sep 3, 2014, 1:13 pm

    I love these pic’s. Especially the last one.Hope you had a good snooze like he did.

  • Ella from California Aug 29, 2014, 2:53 pm

    I’ve had those days! My favorite Galapagos animals are the sea lion and the flamingos. I can’t choose!

  • Nana Aug 22, 2014, 8:28 am

    You have a right to be tired, you have been really busy this last while. Enjoy your comfortably bed so you are rested for next week. Great photos too. ♥

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