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Semana Santa en Tarapoto

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Quick trip to the neighboring department of San Martin, but well worth it.  Couple days within the start of the jungle region to enjoy the warmer temperature, eat some jungle food (tacacho, piche, rice juanes) and fruits (aguaje).  Well worth it.

Street Ladies Peeling Tasty Aguaje

Street Ladies Peeling Tasty Aguaje

Waterfall of Ahuashiyacu

Waterfall of Ahuashiyacu

Castillo de Lamas, or Castle of Lamas, build up about 5-6 years ago after a major earthquake.  Now, more of a tourist attraction.

Castillo de Lamas, or Castle of Lamas, build up about 5-6 years ago after a major earthquake. Now, more of a tourist attraction.

Town square in Lamas, notice the importance of puffing on a cigar while washing clothes.

Town square in Lamas, notice the importance of puffing on a cigar while washing clothes.

Laguna Azul, and popular activity of jumping off shaky raised wooden platforms.

Laguna Azul, and popular activity of jumping off shaky raised wooden platforms.

Andrea, Eddie and the Boa of Laguna Azul

Andrea, Eddie and the Boa of Laguna Azul

Eddie Having a Moment with the Boa

Eddie Having a Moment with the Boa

Andrea with our driver, Pollo, on way out east to Laguna Azul

Andrea with our driver, Pollo, on way out east to Laguna Azul

Crossing the Rio Huallaga, car/truck/bus barge powered by outboard motor.

Crossing the Rio Huallaga, car/truck/bus barge powered by outboard motor.

Sorry for the delay on posting, power’s been out for quite a few days..  and before that, internet lines were down for a week.  Now, water service is out.. it’s good to be flexible here in Amazonas.

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Written by galbavy

April 24, 2013 at 4:20 pm

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  1. Great pictures and commentary.
    Dsd

    galbavy

    April 26, 2013 at 6:48 am


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