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AMAZON Luxury Cruise in Peru \ Photos

Our ship, the Aqua
Just a baby anaconda!
Casa Morey, an ex-rubber baron's home, our hotel in Iquitos
Street art, Iquitos
Plaza des Armes, Iquitos
In Iquitos
Waterfront, Iquitos
Amazonian logging, ready for shipment
Belen market
Spices, Belen market
Smoked boar
Amazon catfish
Black corn, Belen market
Grubs (yes, for eating) Belen market
aphrodisiacs, herbel cures, Belen
Making cigarettes, Belen market
Fish and turtles, Belen market
Bustling Belen
Streets in Iquitos
Waterline was above his knees, Belen
Just-arrived bananas, Belen
Riverboat commerce, Belen
Banana warehouse, Belen
Belen street, dry season
Raw rubber from tree
Goliath spider
Poisonous tree frog
Tree frog
Goliath spider
Cute fuzzy bat (I touched it!)
Cannonball tree (look out below!)
Small lizard
Weaving palm leaf
Weaving a palm leaf
Dwarfed by the tree
Along one of many rivers
Caracara-one of many
Owl monkeys peer at us
Delfina and her family
Delfina's floating chicken coop
Giant lily pad lagoon
Pulling me out of a mud hole
The structure of a lily pad
A fisherman with his catch
A fisherman's catch
The curare tree
Fisherman: a stick, a wire, & bait
Washing up
Still life, with canoe
Dusk, on the river
This was lunch
This was lunch
Village houses
House interior
Interior roof
Young woman with 2 of her children
Grandma, age 72
Clothing storage
An evening swim
Village house
Village house, dad repairing his outboard motor
English language class
Me, with sloth
Me, with "baby" anaconda
Tiny bats on the underside of a log
Idyllic riverbanks
Exploring the Amazon
Exploring the Amazon
Exploring the Amazon
Exploring the Amazon
Macaws, flying
River dolphin
Pink river dolphin
Still life: butterfly feasting on dead catfish
Extra large cayman
Exploring the Amazon
Piranha fishing!
Exploring the Amazon
Floating houses
Exploring the Amazon
Sugar cane distillery
Riverboat, with hammocks for sleeping
Young rescued manatee
Ken feeding a young manatee
Where the two rivers form the Amazon
At this point the river is officially called the Amazon
Exploring the Amazon
A few local fruits

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