Everything seems to be done on the Galapagos Islands. The gear is replaced, the seals are counted, GLONASS is tested and functioning well. So we can get out of here. Anyway, there is no more to do on the Galapagos Islands.
However, there are also turtles.
Yet, it’s too difficult to take a picture of them. They appear for a second to breathe in the air and disappear immediately. And a photo is called “A place where a turtle was a moment ago.”
It’s a great myth. To be more precise, not a myth but self-PR of genius. The matter is in the Peru Current. A huge mass of water moves from Antarctica along the South America right here. It’s clear that it doesn’t have time to get warm, as it is covered by low rainy clouds like a can of beer taken from a freezer.