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Aldabra giant tortoise (Photo by: Martin Harvey) http://cousinisland.net/discover

Seychelles An Astonishing Destination with Things to Surprise You

Aldabra giant tortoise #CousinIsland #Seychelles

Aldabra giant tortoise #CousinIsland #Seychelles

Baby turtles

Hawksbill Turtle - A Critically Endangered Species

Sunset on Cousin Island (Alec Taylor)

Sunset on Cousin Island (Alec Taylor)

Baby tortoise. Cousin Island, Seychelles (Photographer Herve Chelle)

Baby tortoise. Cousin Island, Seychelles (Photographer Herve Chelle)

Playing Midwife to Critically Endangered Turtles at Christmas

Baby tortoise (Aldabra Giant tortoise) #cousinisland #Seychelles

Baby tortoise (Aldabra Giant tortoise) #cousinisland #Seychelles

Giant Aldabran tortoise; one of the more than fifty tortoises on Cousin Island Special Reserve

one of the more than fifty tortoises on Cousin Island Special Reserve

Visitors arrive on the beaches of Cousin Island.... in style

Visitors arrive on the beaches of Cousin Island. in style

italy scenery | Spanish Steps Rome-Italy

Hitch is about to head up these 135 "Spanish Steps" made famous by the 1953 Audrey Hepburn film Roman Holiday, though it looks like he wants a cool drink first. Piazza di Spagna in Roma, Lazio

San Marco - In 336, Pope Mark built a church devoted to one of the Evangelists, his patron saint, St. Mark, in a place called ad Pallacinas. The church is thus recorded as Titulus Marci in the 499 synod of Pope Symmachus. At that time it became one of the stational churches of the city (Monday of the third week in Lent).

San Marco - In 336, Pope Mark built a church devoted to one of the Evangelists, his patron saint, St. Mark, in a place called ad Pallacinas. The church is thus recorded as Titulus Marci in the 499 synod of Pope Symmachus. At that time it became one of the stational churches of the city (Monday of the third week in Lent).

Casa Batllo

Under the Gaudi spell: Gaudi's Casa Batllo

Gaudi does something to us in Barcelona. He makes us appreciate architecture. Nowhere is this more apparent than in his magical building, Casa Batllo.

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