Holidays April 2011 ~ My days in La Pampa

La Pampa was an extraordinary experience, different from the jungle. It´s four hours from Rurre on an unpaved road and then 1 1/2 hours on a boat.

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Road

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Waiting for the boat

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On our way to the site

The lodge was very similar to that of the jungle and had more bathrooms and showers and we had a space with hammocks, which was our favorite spot at night after dinner.

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The first day we went to see the sunrise while enjoying a fresh beer. It was really peaceful and magical.

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The following days we had the chance to see lot of different animals, birds, monkeys, we went fishing and got piranhas for dinner, and swam with pink dolphins that are the ones that live in the rivers.

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this monkey woke us up every morning. The first morning I thought there were lions!!! because the sound was like a loud roar, very impressive.

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We didn´t find the anaconda, it seems that she was shy 🙂

On our way back, all of us were already missing La Pampa.

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16 thoughts on “Holidays April 2011 ~ My days in La Pampa

    • Hi there!!! it really is beautiful and peaceful !!! glad you like the pictures, there was so much to see !!! and more animals but they are really fast to catch with the lens!!! The monkies (the smaller) were thieves!! LOL and they were at the top of the tree in the blink of an eye!! with your cookies in their hands LOL

  1. Great photos! Almost feel like I’ve been there now. I do so wish my husband would get a passport. If not I will have to continue travels without him and send lots of post cards 🙂

  2. Oh yes, that photo of the wooden bridge thing at sunset is amazing! Very jealous, I can’t wait for my next travel to somewhere so exotic. In fact, a horizon without buildings would do! Enjoy it while you can!

    • I´m with you, anyplace with a horizon without buildings will do!! That sunset bar was really well located and the view from that long balcony was amazing!! I hope you can travel soon!! what about Africa?

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