Started by bigG, December 07, 2017, 09:48:08 AM
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Quote from: bigG on June 23, 2019, 12:51:56 AMI've never been that far northwest. Nice place to take my wife when the nest is empty. Sounds amazing. Cuyabeno National Park in Ecuador was one that sticks with me. It's sort of one of the many places where the Amazon starts, so you see anaconda, catch and eat piranha (talk about easy fishin') bath with the piranha you didn't catch (only way to get clean), catch cayman, meet the super friendly river dolphins, get bit by leafcutter ants, watch the tarantulas on the ceiling of your palapa, eat tarantulas (almost like crab), see spider webs that are six feet across and four feet high, meet the people who live there and be changed by their simple daily drum ceremony (life changing), put away some rum with your guide (who has never worn shoes, ever), parrots flying everywhere, monkeys staring you down, toucans squawkin'. Good trip.
Quote from: bigG on July 04, 2023, 04:49:18 AMJust got back from Utah last week. You could live 1,000 years and never hike all those trails. I go to Utah every two years to bring the fam and explore. Just gorge ous.