Sandoval Lake Lodge
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For the isolation of the area all was good. Great to be out on the Lake spotting the Giant Otters, as well as walking through the jungle finding the monkeys.
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The Amazon area can be accessed from Ecuador in the south, from Peru in the north or from Brazil. Given we were going to be closest to the area in Peru, we chose this as our entry point.Of course there is always more you can do, and whilst the longer 6-7 day trips into the Manu area take you deeper into the jungle than where we went, the shorter 4 …
... a spiritual American citizen. Two teams were formed and a State of Origin match was played. Mark, Lloyd and Tracey played for NSW while the Victorian team was Jandri, Alistair and Rick. Lloyd and Rick both found a way to send the ball in orbit off the table. The table had the tightest pockets in the free world and the game went on for hours and was finally won by the NSW team when Al sank the cue ...
... who are there to study the macaws, or the peccaries, or the bugs or the trees.
The guest rooms in the Research Center have three wood walls and then…nothing, just a blank of open looking out to the jungle, which was cool but also somewhat counter-intuitive in a place where jaguars snack on monkeys at will.
There is no electricity in the rooms. The hallways echo and shake when anyone walks by and the walls don’t reach ...