Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, Peru

Three days in the Amazon rainforest of Peru without internet, and it was raining. Low season with only eight guests, and a staff of a hundred.
Arriving at Puerto Maldonado where there’s a Golden Gate Bridge. 

Heading down the Amazon to our resort, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica.

A riverside bungalow.

The local rodents which are about a foot and a half long, not including the tail.

Pisco sours every day.

Waiting out a rainstorm. Heavy rains in the morning. Peru has five percent of the worlds fresh water.

Hiking in the jungle in almost knee-deep mud.

There’s a series of canopy bridges suspended about 150 feet over the floor of the jungle.

A strand of mushrooms.

Canoeing through the wetlands I search of anacondas and caymans. 

It’s been a fun few days here, even with the rain.

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