PuertoLago Country Inn
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... braid; the wear white 3/4 pants and traditional hats. The women are always found wearing dresses and hats too, with traditional style shoes. Yay for no further tally changes :) Not very much to photograph around here; also, it came as quite a shock to not have so many people wave back at me (my confidence took quite the hit...) but it turns out that it's because Ecuador are used to having loads of tourists so for them it's not a novelty seeing a giant yellow truck pass by ...
... playful sea lions who would swim up to us and dive below and around us, sometimes we saw the little Galápagos penguins in and out of the water and the climax was the last day swimming with the green turtles who just quietly cruised around and below us, taking no notice, there must have been about 12 around me at one stage, a lovely experience. We visited Urbina Bay with its ...
... and smuggling it on the truck so probably best we missed it!
A nice walk in to town for us and
a wander around the craft markets – some absolutely lovely stuff to be had,
hats and scarves and pictures. After the markets in Cusco though it was all
quite expensive and we have learnt our lesson about buying stuff we have to lug
around – the jumper I bought is making my bag even more of a nightmare, and
Maddie still has two hammocks ...
... The journey continues with full bellies. Paco parks the car and we walk into a field full of animals!! There are cows, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, baby chicks, guinea pigs, rabbits, roosters, puppies, and kittens. All are alive when they are sold. Amb and I are looking for the textiles, but Paco says that it is somewhere else and we are going there next. When we arrive there are stands upon stands upon stands as far as the eye can see. Paco is ...
... off a boat unto the beautiful shores of a rain forest reserve. Once there, we soon realized that we may have found our own personal Shangrala. One filled with running water, lights that only worked during the day time, and hammocks.
Soon after we arrived, the eccentric leader of the rainforest reserve graced his mighty shore. Yes, we had come face to face with the legendary Tom! We then learned what we would be doing for the next week, ...