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... ants that protected it in exchange for sweet nectar in the tree. The result of this is a meter radius cleared of other life around the tree. Also a vine which gave out fresh water when cut and another vine that gave out red dye when cut. One night we got back last nightfall and I saw a shape move across the floor next to my hammock and was greeted by a tarantula with bright pink toes. After a moment I called the guide over and she told me not to worry it ...
It was a sad farewell when I left the humming bird. Gena - Jim's wife took the mototaxi into town with me which was nice.
Wilson the same driver that picked me up a month ago took me into town. We stopped at a phone place so I could get a new chip but it turns out davids blackberry didn't survive the amazon! I bought a chip and a cheap new phone as peru did not have a micro chip for my iphone or life would have been simple. Then I ...
... the natives of these lesser Peru language groups form a very small part of the general population.
Because of that, they have little or no representation before the government or legal rights and are much abused by the dominant cultures. There have been and continue to be severe problems for these groups due to petroleum exploration, lumber companies, and mining."
In the Peruvian Amazon the majority of people live in the city ...
After some more wine and a competitive game of Uno. We celebrated thanksgiving dinner with boiled chicken in sauce, potatoes, coleslaw and some dessert along with the rest of the lodge. Another tasty meal. Strapped on the awful smelling rubber boots again and headed out for a night walk. Was really cool, great experience. Didn't see as much as I thought that we might but was worth it. Saw toads, pink toed tarantulas, leaf cutter ant, fruit bats, and possums. ...
... with Ally’s water bottle and was determined to open it, but just couldn’t do it. At Monkey Island we also saw some Amazon Racoons which can be quite viscous and look a bit like an Anteater and also some Anaconda’s included a huge monster which was about 10 metres long and as thick as Ally’s leg. We also saw Macaws, Parrots and Toucan Sam. From here back to the lodge for dinner and bed, its hard to do to much at night time as there is no ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOtorongo Expeditions Jungle Lodge Iquitos
amazing place, 100km from Iquitis, very friendly and knowledgeable staff, we loved our trip esp the pet toucan
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