Huasquila Amazon Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... celebration with the entire audience dancing and clapping along (might I add that having the audience clap along to the music is a dangerous thought...I find in Canada at least, we have almost no rhythm and we end up changing the beat of the song! Not so much in Ecuador, there seems to exist a natural rhythm among the folks here where they keep the tempo near perfectly!). The concert was followed by wine and chocolate in a nearby cafe with all the musicians. It might have ...
July 19th (Day 16) yesterday we got to the Amazon jungle around 3pm! What an incredible place, there are so many types of plants and bugs! We went on a flashlight walk with our guide Franklin last night and yes I screamed a few times! This morning we woke up and went to a parrot look out where there are minerals. We had to stand behind these blinds made of leaves for almost an hour before we saw some parakeets, then we came back to the ...
... with no harnesses and helmets (sorry mum!). Rolando and Wilson are just a little bit crazy, as were their dog sidekicks! Lost my lenses a few times in the back of my eye but made it through happy and unscathed. After another lovely avocado laden lunch we had a little medicinal tour with the healer and shaman Mr Delfin. He doesn't believe in western medicine which is a shame but we saw a penis tree (genuine), Coke plant, rubber tree (also condom factory), and ate some natural ...
We had a slightly later start this morning than on other days of the tour, and I don't believe we met for breakfast until 8:00am or 8:30am. We had a rain forest tour set for the morning and had again been told to don "jungle wear" -- meaning, long pants and long sleeves. We also wore our Mackintosh boots again. It was already warm at breakfast, and we knew it would only get more so.
After fighting our way into the same boots we'd worn ...
... the water was not clean. We all happily obliged.
After this, we retreated back to ground level and received a demonstration of how to use a blow dart. This is the locals only legal way to hunt monkeys and other wildlife. We were all given the chance to try our blow-dart skills against a hanging wooden monkey target. I'm proud to say that I managed to hit the monkey. Let's just say that K and Anna gave it a good try.
We had all ...