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    Peru and Panama Trip 2011

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    Puerto Maldonado

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    Amazon Jungle Peru

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    Condiments for the plantains.jpg

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    Fried Plantains.jpg

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    Loading up the boat at Infierno.jpg

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    Solo boat.jpg

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    Kids playing and bathing in the river.jpg

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    Amazonian local.jpg

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    The checkpoint station where you can get your passport stamped.jpg

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    Waiting on the bananna boat.jpg

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    A beach area on the river.jpg

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    Bananna boat taking off.jpg

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    Loading up the bananna boat.jpg

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    The staircase leading up to the path leading to the lodge.jpg

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    Boat docked on the Tambopata River.jpg

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    The trail leading up to the lodge.jpg

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    Rain boots.jpg

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    Not so wild life around the lodge.jpg

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    Chilling in the hammock between hikes.jpg

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    Here's that receipe, good luck finding coca leaves stateside.jpg

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    Chicken cooked in coca leaves, yummy.jpg

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    Can you see the frog in this pic.jpg

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    Batman must be close by.jpg

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    Welcome to the jungle.jpg

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    Mammal lookout hut.jpg

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    A small winding creek through the jungle.jpg

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    Another jungle self portrait.jpg

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    On the path to the Mammal lick.jpg

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    Amazonian trees don't have rings because they grow all year long.jpg

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    Another downed tree.jpg

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    I couldn't help but think how my good buddy Barry, who is deathly afraid of snakes, will love this pic.jpg

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    Our guide Juan Carlos with a rainbow boa he caught on the trail.jpg

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    This wild rainbow boa is a very pretty snake.jpg

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    I don't really want to know what was about to come out of that hole.jpg

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    The muddy looking Tambopata River.jpg

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    Tourists loading up the boat.jpg

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    Blockage on the trail.jpg

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    One of the many local monkeys we saw.jpg

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    The green trees of the jungle.jpg

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    Close up of bees that were swarming around us.jpg

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    This big spider reminded me of the ones in Florida that hang around in the trees waiting to drop in on you.jpg

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    A tributary of the Tambopata River where the parrot lick is.jpg

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    Rumble in the Jungle.jpg

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    Jaguar footprint, really.jpg

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    Jungle trail.jpg

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    Funnel spider.jpg

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    Fungus among us.jpg

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    The jungle trail.jpg

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    More Fungus.jpg

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    Roots in the Amazon are very shallow.jpg

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    Poisonous Amazon blueberries.jpg

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    Bullet Ant, called so because it hurts like a bullet when this 1 inch long ant bites you.jpg

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    Getting ready for the morning hike to the salt lick.jpg

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    It's more serene as the sun comes up.jpg

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    Spooky scene on the river.jpg

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    Capybara can get up to 140 pounds.jpg

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    Capybara, the largest rodent in the world.jpg

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    Heading downriver in the foggy morning.jpg

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    Loading up the boat to head downriver for the parrot lick hike.jpg

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    The morning fog on the Tambopata River.jpg

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    My group hiking ahead of me.jpg

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    More tropical amazon fruit.jpg

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    Coffee.jpg

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    This stuff tastes great in a daquari.jpg

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    Amazon orange, not quite as good as Florida oranges.jpg

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    The house of a local jungle farmer.jpg

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    Some kind of amazon fruit.jpg

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    Bananna trees.jpg

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    Another amazon fruit.jpg

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    Heading back across the Tambopato River.jpg

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    Juan Carlos helps guide the boat in.jpg

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    Some of the people in our group went kayaking but I opted for the agricultural tour instead.jpg

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    One of many weird varieties of flowers in the Amazon.jpg

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    The bar and dining area of the lodge.jpg

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    One of the lizards hanging around the lodge, they were 1-2 feet long.jpg

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    Self portrait looking at some of the lodge quarters.jpg

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    The lodge from the side I was staying at.jpg

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    Tree tops at the lodge.jpg

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    Butterflies everywhere, this was just one of many varieties we saw.jpg

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    After a 15 minute hike through the jungle you finally arrive at this magnificent lodge.jpg

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    Amazon flora.jpg

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    A view of the lodge from the boardwalk near my room.jpg

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    The 25 meter high jungle canopy tower.jpg

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    Muddy Boots.jpg

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    Leaf Cutter ants hard at work.jpg

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    Yellow catepiller.jpg

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    Oxbow lake is full of piranha.jpg

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    Looking up from inside the fig tree.jpg

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    The hiking group walking inside of a huge fig tree.jpg

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    Birds.jpg

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    Kakaw.jpg

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    The green treetops.jpg

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    Another look at the bats.jpg

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    Brilliantly disguised bats under a fallen tree.jpg

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    Hoatzin bird in flight.jpg

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    A group of hoatzin birds.jpg

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    Reflection on Oxbow lake.jpg

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    At Oxbow lake.jpg

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    Canoes on the lake.jpg

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    Termite mound in a tree.jpg

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    A very sharp tree trunk.jpg

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    A giant ant mound.jpg

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    Another Erotica tree.jpg

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    A spider the size of a dinner plate.jpg

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    On the trail again.jpg

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    Another wierd rooted tree, not sure if it is also a walking tree or not.jpg

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    This walking tree actually can move its long roots, thus its called the walking tree.jpg

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    Leaf Cutter ant2.jpg

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    Leaf Cutter ant.jpg

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    Lots of ants.jpg

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    The outer casing of a brazil nut, or several brazil nuts rather.jpg

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    Looking up at a Brazil nut tree.jpg

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    Our group hiking along the muddy trail.jpg

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    Ant hill.jpg

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    Looking down at the treetops from the other side.jpg

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    The trees after the sun is up.jpg

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    First light shining on the trees.jpg

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    Sunrise3.jpg

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    Sunrise2.jpg

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    Oops, I guess I don't need that headlamp now that the sun is up.jpg

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    Looking down the tower.jpg

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    The sun peeking through the trees.jpg

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    Once above the jungle treetops we were able to see macaws and toucans flying from tree to tree.jpg

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    Looking down at the treetops.jpg

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    The Amazon sunrise was amazing.jpg

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    Sunrise.jpg

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    Looking up at the jungle canopy tower.jpg

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    Our guide who does not use insect repellant holds up this frog for us to see.jpg

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    You can see the southern cross constellation very clearly here.jpg

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    He is too slow to escape so we got a close up look at him.jpg

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    We got very lucky and saw a sloth on the ground.jpg

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    Can you see the snake in this picture.jpg

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    This joker was bigger than my hand and not very friendly looking.jpg

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    A leaf cutter ant working the night shift.jpg

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    Camain spotting at night.jpg

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    Camian at night.jpg

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    This is one big and ugly customer.jpg

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    Big-a spider, yuk.jpg

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    The sleeping quarters at night.jpg

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    Stars at night2.jpg

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    Stars at night.jpg

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    The lodge at night.jpg

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    Brainiac, Sparky and Jojo.jpg

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    Self portrait with the lodge.jpg

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    The door on my room is really just a sheet.jpg

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    Self portrait in my relaxing lodge room.jpg

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    The guest rooms have one wall completely open to the jungle, your are protected by mosquito nets.jpg

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    The not so private bathroom.jpg

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    The common area of the lodge.jpg

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    The appropriately named erotica tree.jpg

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    Capybara family.jpg

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    Solo cloud moving in.jpg

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    Here come the tourists.jpg

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    Two boats of tourists.jpg

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    Looking out the front of the boat.jpg

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    White caiman on the banks of the Tambopata River.jpg

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    Bananna boat.jpg

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    Cruising down the river.jpg

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    Amazonian fast food in a disposable wrapper.jpg

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    Then 3 more hours by boat to the lodge.jpg

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    The chicken and the motorcycle.jpg

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    A local meeting place in the town of Infierno on the Tambopato River.jpg

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    It was about a 45 minute drive to the river.jpg

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    Local housing.jpg

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    Plantains.jpg

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    Signs of clear cutting in the Amazon.jpg

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    Flying over the Andes to the Amazon.jpg

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