I apologize for the serious content of this post. Haha, no I don’t! It’s butterflies. And they are just delightful. My latest video has been described as “joyful”. Continue reading “Butterflies of the Amazon”
You thought I was done exploring the Amazon? Think again.
When I initially decided to visit the Southern jungle in Peru, I was a bit confused as to how to go about it. Continue reading “Puerto Maldonado and Tambopata, The Jungle of Southern Peru”
The Pampas – another difficult post for narrowing down photos to share. I have a hard time weeding through the wild-life photos. Continue reading “The Pampas”
For day 2 of my Iguazu adventures, I actually did not go to “the” falls. Instead I chose to take a day to wander Senedero Macuco. A nature trail which takes about an hour to reach the solo Salta Arrechea waterfall. This is the one place in the park where visitors have the opportunity to swim. The trail also provides an opportunity for viewing wildlife like capuchin monkeys, rare birds, lizards, unusual insects and masses of butterflies.
I spent three days exploring Iguazu Falls and it’s subtropical rainforest surroundings. This place can be described as nothing short of magical. “Magical” seems to be the only word I can find that comes close to describing my time here. Each of my three days was an incredibly unique experience. For this reason, I need to do a separate post about each day here. I begin on day 1, by exploring the Brazilian side of the falls. Continue reading “Iguazu Falls, Brazilian Side”