Day two at our jungle lodge on the Rio Napo in the Ecuadorian Amazon is drawing to a close. We just returned from a scenic innertube float down the river to escape the afternoon heat. The morning featured a hike with our guides through the primary growth forest to learn about the local flora and fauna.
Last night several members of the group bravely ventured into the jungle at night with the guides in search of wild things. The highlight was finding a tailless scorpion which was quite friendly and photogenic. There are photos of people ‘wearing’ him as a facemask. Seriously. Unfortunately, I can’t get the photos off that camera for the time being.
However, I do have several other pics of our adventures since arriving in the jungle (in sequential order for the most part):