Oro Verde Machala Hotel
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... brown from recent rains), we finished the remainder of our ride in the black water of the river tributary. This water, containing tannins from the decomposing vegetation, keeps down the mosquitoes who cannot breed here. We kept having to pinch ourselves as a reminder that we truly were in the tropical rainforest. The only sounds were those of the paddles gently breaking the water surface and the diverse wildlife surrounding us. Memorable sights and ...
... had the evening and the next afternoon and then we would be leaving for Coca. Because we got in so late, a lot of things were closed because it was a Sunday. So we managed to find a Subway open and just brought sandwiches back to our hotel. The area on a Sunday was kind of scary feel. There were a lot of homeless, guys on something wandering around like zombies in the streets. We did hear the area was not super safe to walk around on a Sunday night. That the weekends is when New Town ...
Miles 219 Total 17,849
On the road at 08-00 as no breakfast offered at the hostel ( which is normal) and I wanted to get close to the border so food could wait. Very cautious with the GPS but it seemed to be confident of the way. Well, it headed south & south west most of the day so it was heading in the right direction but going through places that were not on my map. I was a long 215 miles through fantastic ...
... we put this on Pete and Bobby's heads), a ruby poisonous dart frog (cute but highly venomous) and lemon tree ants which most of us got to lick. That afternoon we headed further up the river in the boat, spotting numerous Amazonian birds including macaws, toucans and watsons, which are actually prehistoric, as well as several red howler and capigen monkeys. We then stopped in the middle of a nearby lake and enjoyed a swim. On the way home in the dark ...
... parakeets there. On the way we also passed a strange formation of turtles on a log in the river, all propped up against each other, and one on its own on another log. Then we were taken to the 'interpretation centre' for lunch. We had a very Andean meal of egg or fish baked in grated plantain (not great, in my opinion) followed by hornado - roast pork- yums. Then delicious barbaco- a fruit we were introduced to ...