South Americans love their pets. There a many pet stores in every town. Some cater for all animals, others are highly specialized:
We went on a snorkeling/scuba diving trip with this dive shop. Were they threatening us?
A collection of pictures that didn’t make it into any other posts. To be continued.
We’ve spotted a few danger noodles on our travels.
It’s time to start a little hummingbird collection. We’ll add more pics as we go. To be continued…
As we were already in the area we decided to hop over to the Galapagos Islands. This turned out to be one of our favorite parts of our trip.
Directly after Madidi we flew to Santa Cruz and drove to the Amboro National Park. The landscape was stunning, but unfortunately there were constructions going on at the lodge, and there wasn’t much wildlife around. On the way to Amboro we stopped at a little wildlife refuge where we saw some sloths and a few…
Welcome to the jungle. We got fun and games. And creepy crawlies. After spending enough time in busy La Paz we were craving some Bolivian jungle experience and went to visit muddy Madidi. We saw squirrels … And a bunch of other animals:
As people of culture, we were obviously curious to find out how the locals tend to spend their Sundays.